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kg/m3 to KN/m3
Can any one help me please.
I know the mass of an object in m3 but have forgotten how to convert this to kn/m3. Any help will be greatfully recived. Thanks Dave. 
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Re: kg/m3 to KN/m3
1 kilogramforce is equal to 0.00980665 kilonewton
kgf/m³ * 0.00980665 = kN/m³ 
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Re: kg/m3 to KN/m3
thanks, a great help

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Re: kg/m3 to KN/m3
So does 1KG of a material = 1kg of weight ???

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Re: ratio reinforcement in concrete?
Anyone can help me? What is the reinforment/concrete ratio design (kg/m3) for a double storey terrace house?
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Re: kg/m3 to KN/m3
Not sure exactly what you mean, but you can take reinforced concrete to weigh 2400kg/m3

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Re: ratio reinforcement in concrete?
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in each time it depends on the element for coloumns is between 1%3% of the surface of section for beams u can increase this value and for the slabs normaly is about 1% of the thickness multiply by widthness 
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Re: kg/m3 to KN/m3
ok ok hold on, quit with the cubic meter junk, weight is in newtons, mass is in kg and kg/m^3 would be a density, so when someone tells you that value for concrete, they are saying it is "however many" Kg for every cubic meter used.
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