**Foot pounds:** Foot-pounds (ft·lbf) are a unit of work or energy in the British Imperial and US customary systems. One foot-pound is the amount of energy expended when a one-pound force is applied over a distance of one foot. This unit is often used in engineering and mechanical contexts to describe torque and work.

**Joules:** Joules (J) are a derived unit of energy in the International System of Units. They are defined as the energy transferred when a force of one newton is applied over a displacement of one meter. Named after the English physicist James Prescott Joule, this unit is widely used in various scientific and engineering fields.

Foot pounds | Joules |
---|---|

59 | 79.9933800000 |

60 | 81.3492000000 |

61 | 82.7050200000 |

62 | 84.0608400000 |

63 | 85.4166600000 |

65 | 88.1283000000 |

66 | 89.4841200000 |

67 | 90.8399400000 |

68 | 92.1957600000 |

69 | 93.5515800000 |