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converting GPA to PSI and PSI to KN/mm sqaured
by Chris Best on 11/20/05 at 16:51:54

Have to problems i can't seem to figure out.

1st:
1 GPA to 10^3 PSI?

2nd:
200 10^6 PSI to kN/mm^2

please email if you can help

thanks

chris


Re: converting GPA to PSI and PSI to KN/mm sqaured
by Robert Fogt on 11/22/05 at 00:53:30

You can convert Gigapascal (GPa) to pounds/square inch (PSI) on the Pressure conversion page.  Then divide by 1000 to change to 10[sup]3[/sup] PSI.

I am not sure why I do not have kilonewton/square millimeter on the pressure page, I will add that to my to-do list. But I can help you here.

200 * MMPSI *6,894.75728 / 1000 = 1,378.951456 kilonewton/square millimeter


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