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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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The beam is assumed simply supported with a 9.144-m (30-ft) span and subject to a live load of 1 ton (2.0 klbf) and a dead load of 0.5 ton (1.0 klbf) accounting for the beam weight.
Pewee-type engines each have a thrust of 25000 klbf [14].
These six machines have maximum force capacities of 2.25 kN (0.505 klbf), 27.1 kN (6.1 klbf), 113 kN (25.3 klbf), 498 kN (112 klbf), 1.33 MN (300 klbf), and 4.45 MN (1 000 klbf), and are housed in a special building with strictly controlled environmental conditions located on the NIST Gaithersburg, MD campus.
When operating the hydraulic power supply at 3,000 pounds per square inch, the total vertical (z-axis) force rating is 225,000 pounds of force or 225 KlbF, and the horizontal (x and y axes) force ratings are 120 KlbF each.
(KLBF) recorded a net profit of Rp1.92 trillion (unaudited) in 2013, up 10.8% from Rp1.73 trillion in the previous year.
The step increase in fuel flow increases the thrust output of the engine from 15.6 to 18.3 klbf. There is a rapid increase (first 0.05 second) in thrust initially following the step up in fuel, which is a result in the rapid temperature increase in the components downstream of the combustor as shown in the HP and LP turbine temperatures presented in Figure 4.
Publicly traded pharmaceutical company PT Kalbe Farma Tbk (KLBF) plans to acquire four to five food and nutrition companies this year as part of its expansion plan.
With the exception of the 27 kN (6.1 klbf) machine, the NIST deadweight machines are fully automated.
There are thirteen 44 kN (10 klbf) deadweights, four 89 kN (20 klbf) deadweights and three 133 kN (30 klbf) deadweights.
Among gainers included PT Gudang Garam (GGRM) up Rp650 to Rp12,050, PT Medco Energi (MEDC) up Rp175 to Rp 3,400, PT United Tractor (UNTR) up Rp150 to Rp10,200 and PT Bayan Resources (BYAN) up Rp150 to Rp5,750, Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGAS) surging Rp75 to Rp3,025, PT Astra International (ASII) up Rp100 to Rp 23,300, PT Kalbe Farma (KLBF) up Rp 120 to Rp1,100, PT Mitra Rajasa (MIRA) up Rp 10 to Rp650, PT Timah (TINS) up Rp25 to Rp2,200.