Conversion from Year (yr) to Day (d) and vice versa
Updated on by Stefan BanseHere you can convert the Unit of time Year into the unit Day and vice versa you can convert Day into Year. By clicking the "Swap units" icon, you will always obtain the desired conversion in the calculation result, i.e., yr to d or d to yr. With the following calculator you can also calculate any other Unit of time.
Info about "Year"
A year (a) (Latin: annus) forms the time span of 365, or in the case of a leap year, 366 consecutive days. Due to its varying length, the year is not a physical unit of time and thus not a unit of time in the international SI system of units.
In the time unit converter, a year is always calculated with 365 days.
In astronomical terms, a year is defined as the duration of the Earth's orbit around the Sun, which lasts 365.25 days on average. Due to the a quarter of a day more than 365 days, a normal calendar year (common year) is defined as 365 days, which is replaced every four years by a leap year with 366 days.
In everyday life, the term "year" is understood to mean the period from 1 January to 31 December.
Info about "Day"
Although the day (d) (Latin: dies) is not part of the International SI System of Units, it is indirectly approved for use with the SI through its definition that a day has 24 hours of 60 minutes a 60 seconds, is indirectly permitted for use with the SI. This is because the second forms the official SI base value.
Thereby 1 day equals 24 × 60 = 86,400 seconds 1 second therefore equals 0.0000115741 days.
For thousands of years, the astronomical day, i.e. the time from sunrise to sunrise again, was the historical basic unit for time. The first reliable time measurements were made by the Egyptians in daylight using sundials, which they divided into 12 units according to their usual system of twelve numbers. according to their usual twelve-number system. At night, they used the position of 12 stars to measure the time at night. It was not yet so important that days were longer in summer than in winter. Basically, the day and the night were divided into twelve time periods. It was only later, a good 2,000 years ago, that Greek astronomers divided the day into hours of equal length.
The day as the basis for time was not replaced by the second until the middle of the 20th century. It was proven, among other things, by means of modern quartz clocks that the astronomical day, i.e. one revolution of the Earth, is constantly becoming somewhat slower. This confirmed the assumption that, for example, magma shifts beneath the earth's mantle and also the tides slow down the Earth's rotation. Therefore, since 1956, the second has been defined in such a way that it is measured by an atomic clock and a leap second must be added to the calendar year every 2 to 5 years. This is why a day that is actually 86,400.003 atomic seconds long, is always 86,400 seconds long, and from time to time it has a one-off 86,401 seconds.
Basis for conversion Year (yr) to Day (d)
The abbreviation for the "Unit of time Year" is yr. The abbreviation for the "Unit of time Day" is d.
Formula for the conversion of Year (yr) to Day (d)
The calculation from Year to Day shall be made using the following conversion formula:
Conversion formula Year to Day |
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Determine the number of Day from Year Year × 365 |
Formula for the conversion of Day (d) to Year (yr)
The calculation from Day to Year shall be made using the following conversion formula:
Conversion formula Day to Year |
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Determine the number of Year from Day Day × 0.0027397260288175 |
Overview table: How many Year are how many Day?
Year yr | Day d |
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0.01 yr => | 3.65000 d |
0.02 yr => | 7.30000 d |
0.03 yr => | 10.95000 d |
0.04 yr => | 14.60000 d |
0.05 yr => | 18.25000 d |
0.06 yr => | 21.90000 d |
0.07 yr => | 25.55000 d |
0.08 yr => | 29.20000 d |
0.09 yr => | 32.85000 d |
0.10 yr => | 36.50000 d |
0.20 yr => | 73 d |
0.30 yr => | 109.50000 d |
0.40 yr => | 146 d |
0.50 yr => | 182.50000 d |
0.60 yr => | 219 d |
0.70 yr => | 255.50000 d |
0.80 yr => | 292 d |
0.90 yr => | 328.50000 d |
1 yr => | 365 d |
2 yr => | 730 d |
3 yr => | 1 095 d |
4 yr => | 1 460 d |
5 yr => | 1 825 d |
6 yr => | 2 190 d |
7 yr => | 2 555 d |
8 yr => | 2 920 d |
9 yr => | 3 285 d |
10 yr => | 3 650 d |
20 yr => | 7 300 d |
30 yr => | 10 950 d |
40 yr => | 14 600 d |
50 yr => | 18 250 d |
60 yr => | 21 900 d |
70 yr => | 25 550 d |
80 yr => | 29 200 d |
90 yr => | 32 850 d |
100 yr => | 36 500 d |
200 yr => | 73 000 d |
300 yr => | 109 500 d |
400 yr => | 146 000 d |
500 yr => | 182 500 d |
600 yr => | 219 000 d |
700 yr => | 255 500 d |
800 yr => | 292 000 d |
900 yr => | 328 500 d |
1 000 yr => | 365 000 d |
Overview table: How many Day are how many Year?
Day d | Year yr |
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0.01 d => | 0.00002 yr |
0.02 d => | 0.00005 yr |
0.03 d => | 0.00008 yr |
0.04 d => | 0.00011 yr |
0.05 d => | 0.00013 yr |
0.06 d => | 0.00016 yr |
0.07 d => | 0.00019 yr |
0.08 d => | 0.00021 yr |
0.09 d => | 0.00024 yr |
0.10 d => | 0.00027 yr |
0.20 d => | 0.00054 yr |
0.30 d => | 0.00082 yr |
0.40 d => | 0.00109 yr |
0.50 d => | 0.00137 yr |
0.60 d => | 0.00164 yr |
0.70 d => | 0.00191 yr |
0.80 d => | 0.00219 yr |
0.90 d => | 0.00246 yr |
1 d => | 0.00274 yr |
2 d => | 0.00547 yr |
3 d => | 0.00821 yr |
4 d => | 0.01095 yr |
5 d => | 0.01369 yr |
6 d => | 0.01643 yr |
7 d => | 0.01917 yr |
8 d => | 0.02191 yr |
9 d => | 0.02465 yr |
10 d => | 0.02739 yr |
20 d => | 0.05479 yr |
30 d => | 0.08219 yr |
40 d => | 0.10958 yr |
50 d => | 0.13698 yr |
60 d => | 0.16438 yr |
70 d => | 0.19178 yr |
80 d => | 0.21917 yr |
90 d => | 0.24657 yr |
100 d => | 0.27397 yr |
200 d => | 0.54794 yr |
300 d => | 0.82191 yr |
400 d => | 1.09589 yr |
500 d => | 1.36986 yr |
600 d => | 1.64383 yr |
700 d => | 1.91780 yr |
800 d => | 2.19178 yr |
900 d => | 2.46575 yr |
1 000 d => | 2.73972 yr |
Source information
As source for the information in the "Time units" category, we have used in particular:
- Unit of time (Wikipedia)
Last update on April 24, 2021
The last changes in the "Time units" category were implemented by Stefan Banse on April 24, 2021. The main changes were:
- April 24, 2021: Publication of the time units converter.
- Editorial revision of all texts in this category