Mechanical Engineering - Thermodynamics - Discussion


The unit of power in S.I. units is kilowatt.

[A]. True
[B]. False

Answer: Option A


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Atul said: (Aug 5, 2015)  
It should be watt.

Keshav Galav said: (Aug 23, 2015)  
Sir please make it clear that how the power is defined in kW as we know that it should be in Watt only.

Ramakrishna said: (Oct 4, 2015)  
SI unit of power is Watt not Kilowatt.

Srikanth said: (Aug 20, 2016)  
It should be Watt.

Suhaib said: (Aug 28, 2016)  
It is watt.

Barkat Ali said: (Nov 11, 2016)  
Yes, it should be watt.

Manish Kumar said: (Jan 8, 2017)  
It should be watt.

Satish said: (Apr 17, 2017)  
Yes, It's watt.

Saif said: (Apr 18, 2017)  
It is watt.

Yogesh said: (Sep 4, 2018)  
Yes, it should be watt.

Reuben George said: (Dec 13, 2018)  
The Answer is false and the S.I unit of power is watt.

Salahuddin said: (Mar 19, 2019)  
Watt and kilowatt both are same.

Dalvir said: (Aug 26, 2019)  
1000 Watt is equal to 1 kilowatt.

Shankar Manurkar said: (Oct 14, 2020)  
Watt is correct answer & 1 Watt is equal to 1J/S.

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