kilopascal


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kilopascal

(ˈkɪləˌpæskəl)
n
1. (Units) one thousand pascals
2. (General Physics) one thousand pascals
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A soil-bearing capacity less than the required 96 kilopascal will need micro-piling or the installation of 32mm steel bars that are 2-3 meters in length, which is also not part of the budget.
El simbolo del prefijo debe escribirse como aparece en la tabla unido a la unidad sin ningun espacio entre ellos: asi, kilopascal se escribe kPa.
The mean and standard deviation of the tablet hardness were calculated and the value of the hardness was expressed in kilopascal (Kp).
Prototypes have withstood pressures significantly higher than the usual 275 kilopascal pressure of fizzy drinks.
A 70 kilopascal (10-psi) loss in inflation, at a nominal 700 kilopascal inflation pressure, results in a 2% increase in rolling resistance.
That would be a pressure of less than 1 kilopascal.
Recent studies on material characterization and structural behavior have shown the average compressive strength to be 193,100 kilopascal, kPa (28 kips per square inch, ksi) while a tensile strength of greater than 10,340 kPa (1.
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.