Appendix 2 Metric Conversion Table


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1 atmospheres bars * atmospheres inches of mercury atmospheres inches of water atmospheres kilograms per square centimeter atmospheres kilopascals * atmospheres millibars * atmospheres pounds per square inch barrels, nonoil liquid cubic feet barrels, nonoil liquid cubic meters barrels, nonoil liquid gallons 31.5* barrels, nonoil liquid liters barrels, oil cubic feet barrels, oil cubic meters barrels, oil gallons 42.0* barrels, oil liters bars atmospheres bars inches of mercury bars inches of water bars kilograms per square centimeter bars kilopascals 100.0* bars millibars * bars pounds per square foot bars pounds per square inch BTUs calories BTUs horsepowerhours BTUs joules BTUs kilogrammeters BTUs kilowatthours BTUs kilojoules BTUs poundsfeet BTUs watt hours BTUs per gallon megajoules per cubic meter BTUs per gallon megajoules per liter BTUs per minute horsepower BTUs per minute kilowatts BTUs per pound joules per kilogram * BTUs per pound kilojoules per kilogram 2.32* BTUs per pound megajoules per kilogram * calories BTUs calories joules * calories kilogrammeters calories poundsfeet calories watt hours centiliters deciliters 0.1* centiliters liters 0.01* Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000 Appendix 21
2 centimeters feet centimeters hands centimeters inches centimeters meters 0.01* centimeters microns * centimeters millimeters 10.0* centimeters mils centimeters yards centimeters per second feet per second centimeters per second kilometers per hour 0.036* centimeters per second miles per hour centimeters per second per second feet per second per second centimeters per second per second g centimeters per second per second meters per second per second 0.01* circles circumferences 1.0* circumferences circles 1.0* circumferences degrees 360.0* circumferences grades 400.0* circumferences minutes * circumferences quadrants 4.0* circumferences radians circumferences seconds * cubic centimeters cubic inches cubic centimeters cubic meters * cubic centimeters gallons cubic centimeters liters 0.001* cubic centimeters milliliters 1.0* cubic centimeters ounces, fluid cubic centimeters pints cubic centimeters quarts cubic feet cubic centimeters cubic feet cubic inches * cubic feet cubic meters cubic feet cubic yards cubic feet gallons cubic feet liters cubic feet ounces, fluid cubic feet pints cubic feet quarts cubic feet, water pounds cubic inches cubic centimeters cubic inches cubic feet cubic inches gallons cubic inches liters cubic inches ounces, fluid Appendix 22 Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000
3 cubic inches pints cubic inches quarts cubic inches, water pounds cubic meters cubic centimeters * cubic meters cubic feet cubic meters cubic yards cubic meters gallons cubic meters liters * cubic meters, water kilograms cubic meters, water pounds cubic yards cubic feet 27.0* cubic yards cubic meters cubic yards gallons cubic yards liters deciliters centiliters 10.0* deciliters liters 0.1* degrees circumferences degrees grades degrees minutes 60.0* degrees quadrants degrees radians degrees seconds * fathoms feet 6.0* fathoms meters * fathoms yards 2.0* feet centimeters 30.48* feet fathoms feet furlongs feet inches 12.0* feet hands 3.0* feet kilometers feet meters * feet mils * feet yards feet per second centimeters per second 30.48* feet per second feet per minute 60.0* feet per second kilometers per hour * feet per second knots feet per second meters per second * feet per second miles per hour feet per second per second centimeters per second per second 30.48* feet per second per second g feet per second per second meters per second per second * furlongs feet 660.0* furlongs meters * Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000 Appendix 23
4 furlongs miles 0.125* furlongs yards 220.0* g centimeters per second per second * g feet per second per second g meters per second per second * gallons cubic centimeters gallons cubic feet gallons cubic inches 231.0* gallons cubic meters gallons cubic yards gallons liters gallons ounces, fluid 128.0* gallons pints 8.0* gallons quarts 4.0* gallons, acetone pounds 6.6 gallons, castor oil pounds 8.1 gallons, ethanol (ethyl alcohol) pounds 7.6 gallons, ether pounds 6.2 gallons, gasoline pounds 6.0 gallons, kerosene pounds 6.6 gallons, liquid propane pounds 4.25 gallons, methanol (methyl alcohol) pounds 6.7 gallons, naptha pounds 5.6 gallons, nitromethane pounds 9.4 gallons, oil (crude) pounds 7.5 gallons, oil (refined) pounds 7.0 gallons, turpentine pounds 7.3 gallons, water pounds gallons, water (sea) pounds 8.6 gallons, imperial liters * gallons, imperial gallons, U.S gallons, U.S. gallons, imperial gallons per horsepowerhour liters per kilowatthour gons grades 1.0* grades circumferences * grades degrees 0.9* grades gons 1.0* grades minutes 54.0* grades radians grades quadrants 0.01* grades seconds * grains grams grains milligrams grains ounces grams grains Appendix 24 Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000
5 grams kilograms 0.001* grams milligrams * grams ounces grams pounds grams per centimeter kilograms per meter 10.0* grams per cubic centimeter pounds per cubic foot grams per cubic centimeter pounds per cubic inch grams per cubic centimeter pounds per gallon grams per cubic centimeter kilograms per cubic meter * grams per kilowatthour pounds per horsepowerhour hands centimeters 10.16* hands feet hands inches 4.0* horsepower poundsfeet per minute * horsepower poundsfeet per second 550.0* horsepower, metric horsepower, SAE horsepower, metric kilogrammeters per second 75.0* horsepower, metric kilowatts horsepower, SAE horsepower, metric horsepower, SAE kilowatts horsepowerhours BTUs horsepowerhours calories horsepowerhours kilojoules * horsepowerhours kilowatthours horsepowerhours megajoules * inches centimeters 2.54* inches feet inches hands 0.25* inches meters * inches microns * inches millimeters 25.4* inches mils * inches yards inches of mercury atmospheres inches of mercury bars inches of mercury inches of water inches of mercury kilograms per square centimeter inches of mercury kilopascals inches of mercury millibars inches of mercury pounds per square foot inches of mercury pounds per square inch inches of water atmospheres inches of water bars inches of water inches of mercury inches of water kilograms per square centimeter Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000 Appendix 25
6 inches of water kilograms per square meter inches of water kilopascals inches of water millibars inches of water pounds per square foot inches of water pounds per square inch joules BTUs joules calories joules kilogrammeters joules kilojoules 0.001* joules megajoules * joules newtonmeters 1.0* joules ouncesinches joules poundsfeet joules poundsinches joules watthours joules wattseconds 1.0* joules per gram kilojoules per kilogram 1.0* joules per kilogram BTUs per pound kilograms grams * kilograms newtons * kilograms pounds kilograms tons, long kilograms tons, short kilograms, water liters kilograms per cubic meter grams per cubic centimeter 0.001* kilograms per cubic meter pounds per cubic foot kilograms per cubic meter pounds per gallon kilograms per kilowatthour pounds per horsepowerhour kilograms per liter pounds per gallon kilograms per meter grams per centimeter 0.1 kilograms per meter pounds per foot kilograms per meter pounds per inch kilograms per square centimeter atmospheres kilograms per square centimeter bars * kilograms per square centimeter inches of mercury kilograms per square centimeter inches of water kilograms per square centimeter kilograms per square meter * kilograms per square centimeter kilopascals * kilograms per square centimeter millibars * kilograms per square centimeter pounds per square foot kilograms per square centimeter pounds per square inch kilograms per square meter kilograms per square centimeter * kilograms per square meter pounds per square foot kilogrammeters BTUs kilogrammeters calories Appendix 26 Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000
7 kilogrammeters joules * kilogrammeters poundsfeet kilogrammeters watthours kilojoules BTUs kilojoules horsepowerhours kilojoules joules * kilojoules kilowatthours kilojoules megajoules 0.001* kilojoules per kilogram BTUs per pound kilojoules per kilogram joules per gram 1.0 kilometers meters kilometers miles, nautical kilometers miles, statute kilometers per hour centimeters per second kilometers per hour knots kilometers per hour meters per second kilometers per hour miles per hour kilometers per liter miles per gallon, imperial kilometers per liter miles per gallon, U.S kilopascals atmospheres kilopascals bars 0.01* kilopascals inches of mercury kilopascals inches of water kilopascals kilograms per square centimeter kilopascals millibars 10.0* kilopascals pascals 0.001* kilopascals pounds per square foot kilopascals pounds per square inch kilowatts BTUs per minute kilowatts horsepower, metric kilowatts horsepower, SAE kilowatts newtonmeters per second * kilowatthours BTUs kilowatthours horsepowerhours kilowatthours joules * kilowatthours kilojoules * kilowatthours megajoules 3.6* kilowatthours watthours * knots feet per minute knots feet per second knots kilometers per hour 1.852* knots miles per hour liters centiliters 100.0* liters cubic centimeters * liters cubic feet Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000 Appendix 27
8 liters cubic inches liters cubic yards liters deciliters 10.0* liters gallons, imperial liters gallons, U.S liters milliliters * liters ounces, fluid liters pints liters quarts liters, water kilograms liters, water pounds liters per kilowatthour gallons per horsepowerhour liters per kilowatthour quarts per horsepowerhour liters per kilowatthour pints per horsepowerhour megajoules joules * megajoules kilojoules * megajoules kilowatthours megajoules horsepowerhours megajoules per kilogram BTUs per pound meters fathoms meters feet meters furlongs meters inches meters kilometers meters mils meters yards meters per second kilometers per hour 3.6* meters per second feet per second meters per second per second centimeters per second per second meters per second per second feet per second per second meters per second per second g microinches micrometers * micrometers microinches micrometers microns 1.0* microns centimeters * microns inches microns microinches microns micrometers 1.0* microns millimeters 0.001* microns mils miles, nautical feet miles, nautical kilometers 1.852* miles, nautical miles, statute miles, nautical yards miles, statute feet * Appendix 28 Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000
9 miles, statute furlongs 8.0* miles, statute kilometers * miles, statute miles, nautical miles, statute yards * miles per gallon, imperial kilometers per liter miles per gallon, imperial miles per gallon, U.S miles per gallon, U.S. kilometers per liter miles per gallon, U.S. miles per gallon, imperial miles per hour centimeters per second * miles per hour feet per minute 88.0* miles per hour feet per second miles per hour kilometers per hour * miles per hour knots millibars atmospheres millibars bars 0.001* millibars inches of mercury millibars inches of water millibars kilograms per square centimeter millibars kilopascals 0.1* millibars millimeters of mercury millibars pascals 100.0* millibars pounds per square foot millibars pounds per square inch milligrams grains milligrams grams 0.001* milligrams ounces milliliters cubic centimeters 1.0* milliliters liters 0.001* milliliters ounces, fluid millimeters centimeters 0.1* millimeters inches millimeters meters 0.001* millimeters microns * millimeters mils mils centimeters * mils feet mils inches 0.001* mils meters * mils microns 25.4* mils millimeters * mils yards minutes degrees minutes grades minutes radians minutes quadrants Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000 Appendix 29
10 minutes seconds 60.0* newtons kilograms newtons ounces newtons pounds newtons per meter newtons per millimeter 0.001* newtons per meter pounds per foot newtons per millimeter newtons per meter * newtons per millimeter pounds per foot newtons per millimeter pounds per inch newtons per square meter pascals 1.0* newtonmeters joules 1.0* newtonmeters poundsfeet ounces grains 437.5* ounces grams 28.35* ounces kilograms ounces milligrams ounces newtons ounces pounds * ounces, fluid cubic feet ounces, fluid cubic inches ounces, fluid gallons * ounces, fluid milliliters ounces, fluid pints * ounces, fluid quarts * ouncesinches joules or newtonmeters ouncesinches poundsfeet ouncesinches poundsinches * pascals bars * pascals inches of mercury pascals inches of water pascals kilograms per square centimeter pascals kilopascals * pascals millibars 0.01* pascals newtons per square meter 1.0* pascals pounds per square foot pints cubic centimeters pints cubic feet pints cubic inches pints gallons 0.125* pints liters pints ounces, fluid 16.0* pints quarts 0.5* pints per horsepowerhour liters per kilowatthour * pounds grains * pounds grams Appendix 210 Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000
11 pounds kilograms pounds newtons pounds ounces 16.0* pounds tons, metric pounds, water cubic feet pounds, water cubic inches pounds, water cubic meters pounds, water gallons pounds, water liters pounds per cubic foot grams per cubic centimeter pounds per cubic foot pounds per cubic inch pounds per cubic foot kilograms per cubic meter pounds per cubic foot pounds per gallon pounds per cubic inch grams per cubic centimeter pounds per cubic inch pounds per cubic foot * pounds per cubic inch kilograms per cubic meter pounds per cubic inch pounds per gallon 231.0* pounds per foot kilograms per meter pounds per foot newtons per meter pounds per foot newtons per millimeter pounds per foot pounds per inch 12.0 pounds per gallon grams per cubic centimeter pounds per gallon pounds per cubic foot pounds per gallon kilograms per cubic meter pounds per gallon kilograms per liter pounds per gallon pounds per cubic inch pounds per horsepowerhour grams per kilowatthour pounds per horsepowerhour grams per megajoule pounds per horsepowerhour kilograms per kilowatthour pounds per inch kilograms per meter pounds per inch newtons per millimeter pounds per inch ounces per inch 16.0 pounds per inch pounds per foot pounds per square foot atmospheres pounds per square foot bars pounds per square foot inches of mercury pounds per square foot inches of water pounds per square foot kilograms per square centimeter pounds per square foot kilograms per square meter pounds per square foot kilopascals pounds per square foot millibars pounds per square foot pascals pounds per square foot pounds per square inch pounds per square inch atmospheres pounds per square inch bars Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000 Appendix 211
12 pounds per square inch inches of mercury pounds per square inch inches of water pounds per square inch pounds per square foot 144.0* pounds per square inch kilograms per square centimeter pounds per square inch kilopascals pounds per square inch millibars poundsfeet BTUs poundsfeet calories poundsfeet joules or newtonmeters poundsfeet kilogrammeters poundsfeet ouncesinches 192.0* poundsfeet poundsinches 12.0* poundsfeet watthours poundsfeet per minute horsepower poundsinches joules or newtonmeters poundsinches ouncesinches 16.0* poundsinches poundsfeet quadrants circumferences 4.0* quadrants degrees 90.0* quadrants grades 100.0* quadrants minutes * quadrants radians quadrants seconds * quarts cubic centimeters quarts cubic feet quarts cubic inches quarts gallons 0.25* quarts liters quarts ounces, fluid 32.0* quarts pints 2.0* quarts per horsepowerhour liters per kilowatthour radians circumferences radians degrees radians grades radians Minutes radians seconds seconds degrees seconds grades seconds minutes seconds radians square centimeters square feet square centimeters square inches square centimeters square yards square feet square centimeters square feet square inches 144.0* Appendix 212 Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000
13 square feet square meters square feet square yards square inches square centimeters * square inches square feet square inches square meters square inches square millimeters * square inches square yards square meters square feet square meters square inches square meters square yards square yards square feet 9.0* square yards square inches * square yards square meters tons, long kilograms tons, long pounds * tons, long tons, short 1.12* tons, metric kilograms * tons, metric pounds tons, metric tons, short tons, short kilograms tons, short pounds * tons, short tons, long tons, short tons, metric watthours BTUs watthours calories watthours joules * watthours kilogrammeters watthours kilowatthours 0.001* watthours poundsfeet yards centimeters 91.44* yards fathoms 0.5* yards feet 3.0* yards furlongs yards inches 36.0* yards meters * yards mils * Guidelines Fifth Revision August 2000 Appendix 213
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