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# unit_conversion - Unit Conversion Factors 1m210“’A...

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Unformatted text preview: Unit Conversion Factors 1m210“’A 1111210911111 1m 210611.111 11112 103mm 1 In 2 102 cm 1 mm 2 0. 0394 m. 1 £1102 2 0.394111. 1m 2 3.28 ft 1 m2 2 104 01112 1 mm2 2 1072 cm2 1 m2 = 10.76 ftz 1 cm2 2 0.1550102 1 1n3 2 106 cm3 1 mm3 2 10'3 cm3 1 m3 = 35.32 ft3 1 01113 2 0.0610111.3 1Mg = 103 kg 1 kg2 — 103g 1 kg2 2205115m 1g — 2205 >< m10 3lbm 1kg/m32 — 10—3 {Cg/cm3 1Mg/m3 2 1 g/crn3 1 kg/m3— ~ 0. 0624 lbm/ft3 1 g/cm3 — 62.4 lbm/113 1g/Cm3 — 0.0361 lbw/111.3 1 N 2 105 dynes 1 N = 0.224811);- 1 MPa 2 145 psi 1 MPa 2 0.102 kg/mm2 1 Pa 2 10 dynes/Cln2 1 kg/mm2 2 1422 psi Length 121 = 10 “’m 1 nm 2 10‘9 m 1 11m 2 1076111 1 mm 2 10’ 3 m 1 cm 2 10'2 m 1 in. 2 25.4 mm 1 in. 2 2.54 cm 1 ft 2 0.3048 111 Area 1 cm2 2 10‘4 m2 1 cm2 2 102 11111112 1 ft: 3 0.093 m2 1 111.2 2 6.452 cm2 Volume 1 cm3 2 10’6 1113 1011113 2 103 mm3 1 ft3 2 0.0283 In3 1111.3 2 16.39 1:1113 Mass 1 kg 2 10‘3 Mg 1 g 2 10‘3 kg 1 lbm = 0.4536 kg 11b... 2 453.6 g Density ’1 g/cm3 2 103 kg/m3 1g/c1m3 2 1Mg/m3 1113/113 =16.02 kg/m3 1 lb 2/1‘13 ~ 1.602 >< 10 g/cm 1 1bm/1n 3 2 27. 7 g/cm3 Force 1 dyne 2 10’5 N 1 1bf '54 4.448 N Stress 1 psi—— 1 kg/mm22 9.806 MPa 1 dyne/cm2 2 0.10 Pa 1 psi 2 7.03 X 10‘4 kg/mm2 Fracture Toughness 1psiVin 21.099X10 3MPa\/_ 11 2107ergs 11: 6.24 x10136V 11202390211 11— 2 9.48 ><10 4Btu 1 J = 0.738 ft—lbf 1 eV 2 3.83 X 10“20 cal 1 cal 2 3.97 X 10 3Btu Energy ‘ 1 erg— 2 10 7 J 16V21602 X 1019] 102112 4.184 .1 1 Btu 2 1054 J 1 ft—lbf 2 1.356 J 1 cal 2 2.61 X 1019 eV 1 Btu 2 252.0 cal 6.90 X10 MPa 1 MPa V01 2 910 psi Vin. Power 1 W = 0.239 cal/s 1 cal/s = 4.184 W 1 W = 3.414 Btu/h 1 Btu/h = 0.293 W 1 cal/s = 14.29 Btu/h 1 Btu/h = 0.070 cal/s Viscosity 1Pa-s 2 10 P 1 P = 0.1 Pa-s . Temperature, T ‘ T04) = 2,3 + T{°C) T(OC) = T(K) ~ 273 g ’l‘(K) 2 3mm) — 32] + 273 TCF) : §[T(K) — 273] + 32 g T(°C) : =3[T(°F) 4 32] T(”F) = §[’I"(°C)] + 32 Specific Heat 1 J/kg~K = 2.39 X 10‘4 cal/g-K 1 cal/g-“C = 4184 J/kg—K .1 J/kg—K = 2.39 X 10~4 Btu/lbm—°F 1 Btu/Ibm—“F = 4184 J/kg-K 1 cal/g—°C = 1.0 Btu/lbm—°F / 1 Btu/lbm-0F = 1.0 cal/g—K Thermal Conductivity 1 W/m~K = 2.39 X 10“3 cal/cm-s—K 1 cal/cm—S'K = 418.4 W/m-K 1 W/m-K = 0.578 Btu/ft-h—DF 1 Btu/ft—h—OF : 1.730 W/m-K 1 cal/cm—s—K = 241.8 Btu/ft—h~°F 1 Btu/ft—h—OF = 4.136 X 10’3 cal/cm—s—K Periodic Table of the Elements Metal _: ’ Atomic number Symbol Nonmetal . ’ . HIA WA VA VIA VHA ‘ Atomic weight Intermediate emu? , Rare earth series Actimde series ...
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