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### Table of Contents:

- Is Watt a metric unit?
- Is Joule A unit of power?
- What is SI unit of Joule?
- What is SI unit of thrust?
- What is SI unit of buoyant force?

## Is Watt a metric unit?

The **watt** (symbol: W) is a **unit** of power or radiant flux. In the International System of **Units** (SI), it is defined as a derived **unit** of (in SI base **units**) 1 kg⋅m2⋅s−3 or, equivalently, 1 joule per second....

watt | |
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Named after | James Watt |

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1 W in ... | ... is equal to ... |

SI base units | kg⋅m2⋅s−3 |

## Is Joule A unit of power?

Most people can name two **units of power**, few can name even one **unit** of energy. ... The **unit** of energy is the "**Joule**" - a Watt is just a flow of one **Joule** per second. The other popular **unit of power** is the "horsepower". The conversion is that one horsepower = 756 Watts.

## What is SI unit of Joule?

**Joule**, **unit** of work or energy in the International System of **Units** (**SI**); it is equal to the work done by a force of one newton acting through one metre. Named in honour of the English physicist James Prescott **Joule**, it equals 107 ergs, or approximately 0.

## What is SI unit of thrust?

The **S.I.** **unit of thrust** is Newton (N).

## What is SI unit of buoyant force?

**Unit**: The **unit** of the **buoyant force** is the Newton (N). When a body is in water, it displaces some amount of water owing to its weight. The amount of displaced water is computed by the object's density which relates to volume.

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