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How many air-conditioning units are needed per square meter?
Answer you multiple the cubic tonnes wuth the specific gravity. for example the specific gravity of copper ore is 3 therefore one cubic meter of the ore wei…ghs 3 tonnes per cubic meter Answer you multiple the cubic tonnes wuth the specific gravity. for example the specific gravity of copper ore is 3 therefore one cubic meter of the ore weighs 3 tonnes per cubic meter A cubic metre is a unit of capacity. A tonne is a unit of mass. The two units are therefore incompatible.
A standard block is 440mm x 215mm x 100mm you will require 10 blocks per square metre.
Approximately one fifth of a litre will paint a square metre.
83 decanewtons per square meter equals 17.335 pounds force per square foot.
"meters per second squared" is a unit of acceleration. refers to uniform acceleration, written (m/s)/s , velocity increase in meters per second during each second of accelerat…ion
1 kilonewton per square meter = 20.885 pounds force per square foot.
1 meter per second squared equates to 42,519,685 feet per hour squared.
You need 13 square meters.
350 kg per sq m = about 71.69 pounds per sq feet.
1 milligrams = 1000 micrograms 1 sq meter = 10000 sq cm 25 mg/sq m = 25 x 1000 / 10000 micro gm/sq cm = 2.5 micrograms/square cm
Mix A / Exterior/ Exposed to dampness / Area of plaster per bag mix / All Purpose Cement | Plaster thickness | Area of wall (m2) | Bags per (m2) / 1 | 10 mm | 12 | 0.0833333…33 / 15 mm | 8 | 0.125 / 20 mm | 6 | 0.166666667 / Mix B / Interior/ Dry. / Area of plaster per bag mix / All Purpose Cement | Plaster thickness | Area of wall (m2) | Bags per (m2) / 1 | 10 mm | 15 | 0.066666667 / 15 mm | 10 | 0.1 / 20 mm | 7.5 | 0.133333333
The conversion between sq m and sq cm are given .On finding the relation we get as follows . 1 sq m =10000 sq cm .
One measurement of force is in Newtons. The unit of a Newton comes from the SI units where; F=ma=m dv/dt Where mass is in kg, v is in m s^-1 and time is in s. And dv/dt is… the change in velocity per change in time. N=kg m s^-2 Your question makes little sense and I have no idea what a dyne is. I hope you understand my answer, if not then might I suggest that you pick up a mechanics or physics text book at your local library.