kilopascal

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kilopascal

(ˈkɪləˌpæskəl)
n
1. (Units) one thousand pascals
2. (General Physics) one thousand pascals
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It has been shown that the amount of force needed to create fracture in the nasal bone was approximately 24-50 kilopascals.
To get around these challenges, his team came up with a design strategy for robust hydrogels, mixing water with a small amount of selected biopolymers to create soft, stretchy materials with a stiffness of 10 to 100 kilopascals -- about the range of human soft tissues.
Supervisory control and data acquisition records established that the operating pressure of the pipeline system at the rupture site was about 6,330 kilopascals, below the maximum rated pressure of 7,030 kPa.
This measuring instrument would provide right information about the moisture of the soil, adding that when the measuring instrument indicates 40 kilopascals (kPa) immediately water the plants, he added.
The measurements are given in kilograms for the DWS and kilopascals for MatScan.
Infinergy does not lose its resilience even when under a continuous load: during a high-frequency fatigue test using dynamic loads at five cycles per second and a constant pressure of 250 kilopascals, the material performed about 75 per cent better than EPE.
At sea level, where the atmospheric pressure is 760mmHg, or 101 kilopascals (kPa), the concentration of oxygen is 160mmHg (21kPa).
Their vapor pressure is measured in tens of kilopascals and more.
Pads were compressed to 50% of their original thickness at a crosshead velocity of 380 mm per minute, and the highest force during compression was recorded in Kilopascals.
325 kilopascals (kPa), as elevation increases standard air pressure will decrease thereby lowering the boiling point.
In tests, the e-skin was able to detect pressure from 0 to 15 kilopascals, a range comparable to the force used for such daily activities as typing on a keyboard or holding an object.