By A.L. Horvath

Changing devices from one form of utilization to a different is a continuing and average challenge that engineers and scientists need to clear up. This e-book will hence be valuable because it presents an entire assurance of all of the conversion components required. masking components comparable to mechanical devices, thermal devices, devices of actual chemistry, devices of sunshine, devices of electrical energy and magnetism and in addition radiation. References are given all through and there's a complete index.

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20a. 20b. 20b. , ii! 5a is the volume rate of flow. 2la. 2la contains the units which are commonly used in the published literature. 2lb. 2lb. 531 47 x ft 3 s- 1 N ~ g, ft ~ ~ S' ~ N ...... 22. 22 take the reciprocal of the corresponding units. 22. The fuel consumption may be expressed as volume per distance (European traffic) or distance per volume (UK and US traffic). g........ la) squared. 23a. 23a). 23b. 0 X 103 .... 23b. 0 x 10-' 105 3. ::1. 24 Moment of force (torque) (N m) The product of force and length is the moment of force.

13. 13a. 14 Density (mass per unit volume) (kg m- 3) and The ratio between the units of mass and units ofvolume is the density or mass per unit volume. density (kg m- 3) mass (kg) = --~~ . at4°C and normal atmospheric pressure is taken as umty. ty ~s at 4°C only. At any other temperature the density IS not equal to the specific gravity. ity is used instead of specific gravity. The specific gravity may be expressed in degree Twaddell or degree Baume. The following simple conversion formulas are used to convert degree Twaddell and degree Baume into specific gravity, and conversely: Sp.

Ty ~s at 4°C only. At any other temperature the density IS not equal to the specific gravity. ity is used instead of specific gravity. The specific gravity may be expressed in degree Twaddell or degree Baume. The following simple conversion formulas are used to convert degree Twaddell and degree Baume into specific gravity, and conversely: Sp. Gr. Sp. Gr. degree Twaddell = 1 +------ = - - - -145 ---145 - degree Baume or volume (m 3 ) The term 'specific gravity', which is often used for liquids, is defined as the mass divided by the mass of an equal volume of water at the same temperature.