# Moment of Section - Unit Converter

## Convert between Moment of Section (Inertia) units

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The *Moment of Section* *(Moment of Inertia) (I)* is used to describe the capacity of a cross-section to resist bending.

*Moment of Inertia* is always related to a reference axis.

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m^{4} | cm^{4} | ft^{4} | in^{4} | |

m^{4} | 1 | 10^{8} | 115.7 | 2.4 10^{6} |

cm^{4} | 10^{-8} | 1 | 1.16 10^{-6} | 0.024 |

ft^{4} | 0.00863 | 8.65 10^{5} | 1 | 20736 |

in^{4} | 4.16 10^{-7} | 41.623 | 4.81 10^{-5} | 1 |

#### Example - Convert Moment of Section in unit* in*^{4} to *cm*^{4}

^{4}

^{4}

*12 in ^{4} *can be converted to

*cm*by multiplying with

^{4}*41.623*- as

*(12 in ^{4}) (41.623 cm^{4}/in^{4}) = 499.5 cm^{4}*

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