## Effortlessly Convert Grads to Turns with Our Precise Online Tool

(Last Updated On: 2024-04-02)

Discover the ease of converting grads to turns with Newtum's intuitive Grad to Turn Converter. Perfect for precise angle conversions, spark your curiosity and explore this efficient online utility!

### What are Grad and Turn

A grad, also known as a gon or grade, is a unit of angle measurement in which one grad equals one-hundredth of a right angle. The gradian system divides a full circle into 400 grads, offering an alternative to the common degree-based system. Its use is particularly favored in fields like surveying and civil engineering where finer subdivisions are beneficial.

Definition of Turn

A turn represents a complete rotation or circle and is a unit of angle measurement. It is equivalent to 360 degrees, 2π radians, or 400 grads. The concept of a turn is used in various disciplines, including mathematics, navigation, and mechanical engineering, to express full rotations or cycles.

### Grad to Turn Conversion Table

10 g 0.025 tr
50 g 0.125 tr
100 g 0.25 tr
150 g 0.375 tr
200 g 0.5 tr
250 g 0.625 tr
300 g 0.75 tr
350 g 0.875 tr
400 g 1 tr

#### Conversion of Grad to Turn

Example 1:
200 grads = 200 × 0.0025 turns = 0.5 turns

Example 2:
100 grads = 100 × 0.0025 turns = 0.25 turns

### History of Grad and Turn

The Grad to Turn Converter has roots in the need for precise angular measurements in various fields like surveying, where the gradian system was once commonly used. As technology evolved, the converter became a vital tool for quickly and accurately converting between these units of measurement.

### How to use Grad to Turn Converter

• Enter the value in grads into the converter.
• Click 'Convert' to initiate the calculation.
• The result in turns will be displayed automatically.
• Use the converted value as needed for your calculations or documentation.

### Real Life Applications of Grad to Turn

The Grad to Turn Converter has practical applications in real-world scenarios where precise angle conversions are necessary.

• Navigation: Assisting in converting map coordinates for accurate course plotting.
• Engineering: Enabling precise angle measurements for construction and mechanical design.

### Solved Examples grad to turn

Example 1:
250 grads = 250 × 0.0025 turns = 0.625 turns

Example 2: