Moment Of Inertia

The moment of inertia, angular mass or rotational inertia, of a rigid body is a tensor that determines the torque needed for a desired angular acceleration about a rotational axis. Its SI units are kg·m². This Moment Of Inertia converter allows you to convert gram-sq. centimeter (g·cm²), gram-sq. millimeter (g·mm²), kilogram-force- meter sq.- second (kgf·m²·s), kilogram-force-centimeter sq.-second (kgf·cm²·s), kilogram-sq. centimeter (kg·cm²), kilogram-sq. meter (kg·m²), kilogram-sq. millimeter (kg·mm²), ounce-force-inch-sq. second (ozf·in·s²), ounce-sq. inch (oz·in²), pound-force-foot-sq. second (lbf·ft·s²), pound-force-inch-sq. second (lbf·in·s²), pound-sq. foot (lb·ft²), pound-sq. inch (lb·in²), slug-sq. foot (slug·ft²), among other units related to Moment Of Inertia.