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Old 04-07-2007, 12:29 AM
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Wink psi to kg/cm2

one psi equals to how much kg/cm2
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Default Re: psi to kg/cm2

1 pound/square inch = 0.0703 kilogram/square centimeter
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Old 04-13-2008, 04:03 PM
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To be precise, I need to understand the conversion for spring rate to K (as in spring rates of 396 PSI front, 336 PSI rear assuming spring rate is measured in PSI) to its equivalant K spring rate (as in 6K or *k or 5k/3K)...

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To be precise, I need to understand the conversion for spring rate to K (as in spring rates of 396 PSI front, 336 PSI rear assuming spring rate is measured in PSI) to its equivalant K spring rate (as in 6K or *k or 5k/3K)...

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Spring rate is not specified in pounds per square inch, but in pounds per inch. In metric, it specified in newtons per meter.

An air spring may require an associated internal pressure for certain performance, but its spring rate is still lb/in.
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Question Re: psi to kg/cm2

Using a hydraulic press, I measured the psi required to snap pieces of wood. The press had a 3 1/4" ram (the part that presses down on the wood). Thus, it wasn't just measured as 100 psi, it was 100 psi on a 3 1/4" ram.

When converting the number to kg/cm2, would the conversion be the same?
I'm assuming that I would use the same formula, but say kg/cm2 on a 3 1/4" ram. I just wanted to run it past you before I submit the results.

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Default 5 kg/cm2 to Kp

5 kg/cm2 to Kp
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Default Re: psi to kg/cm2

here see kg/cm2 is that the jst the same as bar?
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here see kg/cm2 is that the jst the same as bar?
No, but they are close and on a gauge, might appear to be the same.

1 bar = 100 kPa.

1 kg/cm² = 98.0665 kPa It involves using the kilogram as a unit of force and is therefore a deprecated unit. It should not be used.
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Old 07-19-2009, 05:41 AM
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I need. Thanks ....
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Old 08-24-2009, 01:31 AM
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150psi means how manyKg/cm2
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