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Back to All Calculators# Convert Terawatts to Petawatts

Petawatts to Terawatts## How many terawatts in a petawatts?

## How to convert terawatts to petawatts?

## Frequently asked questions about terawatts to petawatts

### How do you convert terawatts to petawatts?

### What is a terawatt?

### What is a petawatt?

### Can you give an example of terawatt and petawatt usage?

### How can I determine the power output in petawatts if I know the terawatt value?

### Are there any real-life applications for petawatts of power?

## How does this terawatts to petawatts converter work?

Convert terawatts to petawatts instantly with our user-friendly calculator. Enter the value in terawatts, hit calculate, and get the equivalent in petawatts within seconds.

In 1 terawatts there are 0.001 petawatts. Meanwhile in 1 petawatts there are 1,000 terawatts. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure and how they are calculated. Or just use the Petawatts to Terawatts calculator above to convert any number.

To convert petawatts (PW) to terawatts (TW), simply multiply the power in petawatts by 1,000. This will give you the equivalent power in terawatts.

**Conversion Formula:**
P[TW] = 1,000 × P[PW]

For example, if you have 5 petawatts, the calculation would be: 5 PW = 1,000 × 5 = 5,000 TW

Remember, to convert petawatts to terawatts, multiply the power in petawatts by 1,000.

To convert terawatts to petawatts, simply multiply the terawatt value by 1,000. For example, 1 terawatt is equal to 1,000 petawatts.

A terawatt is a unit of power equal to one trillion (1,000,000,000,000) watts. It is commonly used to measure the power output of large-scale energy systems, such as power plants or energy grids.

A petawatt is a unit of power equal to one quadrillion (1,000,000,000,000,000) watts. It is an extremely large unit of power and is typically used to describe the power output of astronomical events or high-power laser systems.

Sure! The power consumption of an average household in the United States is around 10 kilowatts (kW), which is equivalent to 0.01 megawatts (MW) or 0.00001 gigawatts (GW). In contrast, a large power plant may have a capacity of several terawatts (TW), while the power output of a supernova explosion can reach several petawatts (PW).

To convert the power output in terawatts to petawatts, divide the terawatt value by 1,000. For example, if you have a power output of 5 terawatts, it would be equal to 0.005 petawatts.

Yes, there are several real-life applications for petawatts of power. For instance, petawatt lasers are utilized in scientific research to study high-energy physics, plasma physics, and fusion reactions. Additionally, the power output of certain astronomical events, such as gamma-ray bursts or quasars, can be on the order of petawatts.

The Calculate Box tool to convert terawatts to petawatts uses the open source script Convert.js to convert units of measurement. To use this tool, simply type terawatts value in the box and have it instantly converted to petawatts.