# Kelvin to Rankine Conversion (K to °R)

Please enter **kelvin (K)** value of temperature unit to **convert kelvin to rankine**.

**1 Kelvin** is equal to **1.8 Rankine**.

### Kelvin Definition

This is one more widely recognized base SI unit of measurement for temperature defined as **Kelvin** (with *K* as its symbol). Named after a famous British scientist W. T. Kelvin, the related scale is the thermodynamic absolute scale which uses the point at which all the atomic motion stops as an absolute zero (or the null point) which is equivalent to -273.15 °C. The *Kelvin* scale is usually used for doing scientific calculations or other related purposes.

### Rankine Definition

**Rankine** is a very rarely used thermodynamic *temperature scale* and a unit for temperature measurement in the Imperial system, with the symbol R. The scale was proposed in the middle of the 19th century by a British physician and scientist W. J. Rankine. It is based on *Fahrenheit* scale and uses the common water freezing point as 459.67 °R and water boiling point as 671.69 °R.

### About K to °R Converter

This is a very easy to use kelvin to rankine converter.
First of all just type the **kelvin (K)** value in the text field of the conversion form to start converting *K to °R*,
then select the decimals value and finally hit convert button if auto calculation didn't work. **Rankine** value will be converted automatically as you type.

The decimals value is the number of digits to be calculated or rounded of the result of **kelvin to rankine conversion**.

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## Kelvin to Rankine conversion formula

°R = K * 1.8

Example: 100 K = 180 °R

100 * 1.8 = 180

### Kelvin to Rankine Conversion Chart

Kelvin | Rankine |
---|---|

1 K | 1.8 °R |

2 K | 3.6 °R |

3 K | 5.4 °R |

4 K | 7.2 °R |

5 K | 9 °R |

6 K | 10.8 °R |

7 K | 12.6 °R |

8 K | 14.4 °R |

9 K | 16.2 °R |

10 K | 18 °R |

11 K | 19.8 °R |

12 K | 21.6 °R |

13 K | 23.4 °R |

14 K | 25.2 °R |

15 K | 27 °R |

16 K | 28.8 °R |

17 K | 30.6 °R |

18 K | 32.4 °R |

19 K | 34.2 °R |

20 K | 36 °R |

21 K | 37.8 °R |

22 K | 39.6 °R |

23 K | 41.4 °R |

24 K | 43.2 °R |

25 K | 45 °R |

26 K | 46.8 °R |

27 K | 48.6 °R |

28 K | 50.4 °R |

29 K | 52.2 °R |

30 K | 54 °R |

31 K | 55.8 °R |

32 K | 57.6 °R |

33 K | 59.4 °R |

34 K | 61.2 °R |

35 K | 63 °R |

36 K | 64.8 °R |

37 K | 66.6 °R |

38 K | 68.4 °R |

39 K | 70.2 °R |

40 K | 72 °R |

41 K | 73.8 °R |

42 K | 75.6 °R |

43 K | 77.4 °R |

44 K | 79.2 °R |

45 K | 81 °R |

46 K | 82.8 °R |

47 K | 84.6 °R |

48 K | 86.4 °R |

49 K | 88.2 °R |

50 K | 90 °R |

Kelvin | Rankine |
---|---|

50 K | 90 °R |

55 K | 99 °R |

60 K | 108 °R |

65 K | 117 °R |

70 K | 126 °R |

75 K | 135 °R |

80 K | 144 °R |

85 K | 153 °R |

90 K | 162 °R |

95 K | 171 °R |

100 K | 180 °R |

105 K | 189 °R |

110 K | 198 °R |

115 K | 207 °R |

120 K | 216 °R |

125 K | 225 °R |

130 K | 234 °R |

135 K | 243 °R |

140 K | 252 °R |

145 K | 261 °R |

150 K | 270 °R |

155 K | 279 °R |

160 K | 288 °R |

165 K | 297 °R |

170 K | 306 °R |

175 K | 315 °R |

180 K | 324 °R |

185 K | 333 °R |

190 K | 342 °R |

195 K | 351 °R |

200 K | 360 °R |

205 K | 369 °R |

210 K | 378 °R |

215 K | 387 °R |

220 K | 396 °R |

225 K | 405 °R |

230 K | 414 °R |

235 K | 423 °R |

240 K | 432 °R |

245 K | 441 °R |

250 K | 450 °R |

255 K | 459 °R |

260 K | 468 °R |

265 K | 477 °R |

270 K | 486 °R |

275 K | 495 °R |

280 K | 504 °R |

285 K | 513 °R |

290 K | 522 °R |

295 K | 531 °R |

#### Kelvin to Rankine Common Values

- 563 K = 1013.4 °R
- 1 K = 1.8 °R
- 343.1 K = 617.58 °R
- 350 K = 630 °R
- 273 K = 491.4 °R
- 298 K = 536.4 °R
- 293 K = 527.4 °R
- 313 K = 563.4 °R
- 343 K = 617.4 °R
- 243 K = 437.4 °R
- 135 K = 243 °R
- 6732395 K = 12118311 °R
- 5 K = 9 °R
- 10 K = 18 °R
- 15 K = 27 °R
- 26 K = 46.8 °R
- 29 K = 52.2 °R
- 56 K = 100.8 °R
- 100 K = 180 °R

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