pound-force

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pound-force

(pound′fôrs′)
n.
A unit of force equal to the weight of one pound-mass in a gravitational field of one gee, about 4.44822 newtons.
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4 The compaction forces shall be 84,700 pounds force (lbF) normal and 96,200 maximum pounds force (lbF).
They exerted about 7 pounds force on the erector tube but did not push the erector tube back to battery efficiently.
This engine produces over seven thousand pounds force of pure steam power - that's not for girls is it?
The electronics manufacturer mandated less than 2 pounds force per dimple from 3 to 6 pounds force total.
We learned the hard way: Once the rod starts bending, only another few pounds force are required to break both the rod and the end anchors.
The device attenuates vibration over 95 percent and protects up to 4500 pounds force during shock events.
The pressure applied was 930 kilopascals (135 pounds force per square inch).
These are defined as follows: * Load: pounds force of thrust to move the load.
Pearce continued to say, "achieving a 450G shock pulse test on a 500 pounds force shaker sets Derritron apart in the industry.