This is a handy reference for students, teachers, and practitioners in engineering, physics, sciences, and technical subjects. More than 3500 conversion factors are given; these have been calculated from primary conversion factors agreed internationally. All conversion factors are given to the greatest accuracy possible up to ten significant figures. The conversion factors are grouped into unit types by areas of science, and range from angular
acceleration to volume flow. An appendix of agreed primary conversion factors is given. Also of practical help are appendices of common mathematical and engineering formulae.
`This is an excellent (almost pocket-sized) reference book covering nearly four thousand conversion factors relating to quantities used every day in science, engineering and technology. The layout is exceptionally well organised for ease of reference and the volume also contains a good deal of numerical data.'
'A handy little volume giving more than three-and-a-half thousand conversion factors given directly.'
The Structural Engineer, Volume 72, No. 19/4 October 1994
ABBREVIATIONS; NOTES; CONVERSION FACTORS; Acceleration (Angular); Acceleration (Linear); Area; Area Flow; Calorific Value (Volume basis); Calorific Value (Volume, British Gas); Chemical (Henry's Law); Circular and Spherical Geometry; Coefficient of Expansion (Volumetric); Concentration (Liquid solution); Density (Mass concentration); Electrical (Charge); Electrical (Conductance); Electrical (Conductivity); Electrical (Current); Electrical (Electric
capacitance); Electrical (Electric field); Electrical (Electric potential); Electrical (Inductance); Electrical (Linear charge density); Electrical (Linear current density); Electrical (Magnetic field strength); Electrical (Magnetic flux density); Electrical (Magnetomotive force); Electrical (Permeability);
Electrical (Resistance); Electrical (Resistivity); Electrical (Surface charge density); Electrical (Surface current density); Electrical (Volume charge density); Energy (Heat, work, electrical); Enthalpy; Entropy; Force (Weight); Force/Unit Length (Spring rate); Heat Capacity; Heat Flux Density; Heat Transfer Coefficient; Illumination (Luminous flux); Illumination (Luminous incidence); Illumination (Luminous intensity); Linear Measure (Distance or depth); Mass; Mass Flow; Mass Flow Density;
Moment of Inertia; Paper; Power; Pressure or Stress; Sound; Specific Energy (Specific heat); Specific Volume; Surface Tension; Temperature; Temperature Difference; Thermal Conductivity; Time; Torque; Velocity (Angular); Velocity (Linear); Viscosity (Absolute, Dynamic); Viscosity (Kinematic); Volume
(Capacity); Volume Flow; NUMERICAL DATA; Fluids; Gases; Metals (Strength); Timber; Metals (Thermal); Densities; PHYSICAL CONSTANTS: Atoms and Spectroscopy; Energy, Mass, and Wavelength; Principal Constants; Thermal Constants; MATHEMATICAL FORMULAE; ENGINEERING FORMULAE.
Series: Oxford Science Publications
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 27th June 1991
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.3 x 14.3
Weight (kg): 0.33