Conversion Factors

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Oxford University Press, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 160 pages
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Conversion factors; Acceleration (angular); Acceleration (linear); Area; Area flow; Calorific value (volume basis); Calorific value (volume, british gas); Chemical (henry's law); Circular and spherical geometry;Coefficient of expansion (volumetric); Concentration (liquid solution); Density (mass concentration); Electrical (charge); Electrical (conductance); Electrical (Conductivity); Electrical (current); Electrical (electric capacitance); Electrical (electric field); Electrical (electric potential); Electrical (inductance); Electrical (linear charge density); Electrical (linear current density); Electrical (magnetic field strength); Electrical (magnetic flux density); Electrical (magnetic fluz); Electric (magnetomotive force); Electrical (permeability); Electrical (resistance); Electrical (resistivity); Electrical (surface charge density); Electrical (surface current density); Electrical (volume charge density); Energy (heat, work, electrical); Enthalpy; Entropy; Force (weight); Force/unit length (spring rate); Heat capacity; Heat flux density; Heat transfer coeffcient; Illumination (luminous flux); Illumination (luminous incidence); Illumination (luminus intensity); Linear measure (distance or depth); Mass; Mass flow; Mass flux density; moment of inertia; Paper; Power; Pressure or stress; Sound; Specific energy (specific heat); Specific volume; Surface tension; Temperature; Temperature diffeence; Thermal conductivity; Time; Torque; Velocity (angular); Velocity (linear); Viscosity (absolute, dynamic); Viscosity (kinematic); Volume (capacity); Volume flow; Primary conversion factors; Numerical data; Fluids; Gases; Metals (strength); Timber; Metals (termal); Densities; The periodic table; Physical constants; Atoms and spectroscopy; Energy, mass, and wavelength; Principal constants; Thermal constants; Mathematical formulae; Selected engineering formulae.

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Primary conversion factors
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James L. Cook is a freelance Mechanical Design Engineer

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