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Tensile Strength
by Paul Taylor on 08/18/05 at 05:46:48

How do I convert Mn/m2 to Kg/mm2

Please advise


Re: Tensile Strength
by Robert Fogt on 08/21/05 at 04:35:15

converting the base units we have:
1 meganewton = 101,971.621297793 kilogram-force
1 square meter = 1,000,000 square millimeter

Therefore:
1 meganewton/square meter = (101971.621297793/1000000) = 0.101971621297793 kilogram-force/square millimeter

Multiply meganewton/square meter by 0.1 and you get kilogram-force/square millimeter


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