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how to convert kg to kg/cm2
How to convert kg to kg/cm2,
1 newton=? kg/cm2 How to convert N to kg/cm2, 
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Re: how to convert kg to kg/cm2
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A kilogram is a unit of mass, and the newton a unit of force. kg/cm² tends to be improperly used as a unit of pressure, where pressure is force divided by area. The use of kilogramforce is deprecated in the SI; force should be expressed in newtons. 
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Re: how to convert kg to kg/cm2
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to convert just X 10 (assume gravity acceleration is 10) and the unit will be N/cm2 eg 1.0kg/cm2 = 1 X 10 =1.0 N/cm2 but 1.0kg/cm2 =1X10 then divide 100 = 0.1N/mm2 
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Re: how to convert kg to kg/cm2
31 kg how to convert kg/cm2?

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Re: how to convert kg to kg/cm2
re how to convert kg/cm2 to kg

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Re: how to convert kg to kg/cm2
Please suggest 500 kg cm/ square is equal to how many newton

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Re: how to convert kg to kg/cm2
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At standard gravity, 9.80665 m/s², 500 kg is 4903.3 N. Acting on an area of 1 cm², it would be a pressure of 49.03 MN/m², or MPa (megapascal). However, actual gravity varies from the poles to equator and the use of kilogramforce in any application including as a fake unit of pressure is deprecated. 
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Re: how to convert kg to kg/cm2
[QUOTE=kanagaraj.s;52800]How to convert kg to kg/cm2,
1 newton=? kg/cm2 How to convert N to kg/cm2, 
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Re: how to convert kg/cm2 to kg
Please provide the calculation details from kg/cm2 to Kg

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