How many air-conditioning units are needed per square meter?
In my new city apartment, which is very small - 2 bedroom property, i have two inner units attached to one big outer unit. That makes 2 inner units for 65sqm. For anything bigger than that i would get one outer unit for every 40sqm additional.
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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. 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. ( Full Answer )
A meter is a length, a square meter is an area. One is not equivalent to the other. The question, as stated, cannot be answered sensibly. A square metre is a measure of area, with dimensions [L 2 ]. A metre is a measure of distance, with dimensions [L]. The two measure different things and elemen…tary dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information. A metre is a unit of length. A square metre is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible. Other possible answer s An area of 1 square meter could measure 1 meter by 1 meter, or 2 meters by 1/2 a meter, or 10 meters by 0.1 meter... A square metre is a measure of area, with two dimensions, length and width [L 2 ]. A metre is a measure of distance, with one dimension [L]. The two measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these. A square metre is a measure of area, with two dimensions, length and width [L 2 ]. A metre is a measure of distance, with one dimension [L]. The two measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these. ( Full Answer )
Well, .25 meters basically. A square meter can't go into a meter. Unless, I'm just dumb and misread the question. Do you mean How many meters are in a square meter? In that case, it's 4.
rule of thumb is 1 ton per 400-425 sq. ft so you would need a 4 ton 10 seer for your house
A room size of this size would take a 5600 BTU air conditioningunit. This can be purchased at most home improvement retailers.
Foot Candela is the measuring unit for illuminance while candela/meter squared is a measuring unit for luminance,which makes conversion not possible. conversion can be done for units of the same quantity, for example, illuminance units : ft candela = 10.764 lux.. To know the difference between lumi…nance & illuminance, you can take a look at. http://www.tpub.com/content/gsacriteria/gsa_courtroom_lighting/gsa_courtroom_lighting0012.htm ( Full Answer )
1 TON of air conditioning requires 400 cubic feet per minute of air movement in the average HVAC system.
One Newton (N) per square meter (m 2 ) is one Pascal (Pa) and is a unit of pressure, just like pounds per square inch (psi). 1 N/m 2 = 1 Pa
600 spf A good general rule of thumb is 20 BTU per square foot. So, a 200 sf room would require a 4000 BTU ac unit. If you use 20btu per square foot to determine the required tonnage, you will be under sizing your system. For example 20btux1500sf=30000btu. There are 12000 btu per ton so you …are using a 2.5 ton system to cool 1500 sf. On a hot summer day your electric meter will be spinning like a tilt-a-whirl at the county fair. Your air conditioner is designed to run at it peak performance when the ambient temperature is 95 degrees or below. When the ambient heat or heat index exceeds 95 degrees you a/c is working harder and running longer. When sizing an a/c system you should take into consideration the summer climate where you live. In Texas we use 500 sf per ton as a rule with homes that have 8 foot ceilings, however walls with western exposure, windows facing the west (sun set) and vaulted or high ceilings should be considered in your determination. In commercial application you use 400 sf per ton, but you also factor the number of people occupying the space, equipment that generates heat and the amount of make up air that is required. 0sf-750 sf= 1.5 ton 751-1000sf= 2.0 ton 100sf1-1250sf=2.5 ton 1251sf-1500sf=3.0 ton 1501sf-1750sf=3.5 ton 1751sf-2000sf=4.0 ton 2001sf-2500sf=5.0 ton ( Full Answer )
At the surface of the Earth it is about 9.81 m/s^2. However this is not really a constant since it does vary on different places on the Earth and with altitude.
There are approximately 10 blades of grass in one squarecentimeter. Thus, there are 100,000 blades of grass per squaremeter.
I think you left something out of your question. I can convert grams per square meter to some other weight unit per square meter.. Conversion factors can be found on many websites, one link is shown below:. http://www.onlineconversion.com/
A standard block is 440mm x 215mm x 100mm you will require 10 blocks per square metre.
If you square the newton expressed in kilogram-meters per second per second in what units will the answer be expressed?
The square of 1 newton is 1 square newton, equal to 1 (square kilogram) (square meter) per (second to the fourth power). It has absolutely no physical significance whatsoever. If you ever work a physics problem and the answer has the dimensions of square newtons, you have blundered badly, a…nd you need to take it again from the top, once more with feeling. ( Full Answer )
depends on the density. Asphalt density is typically between 2000 to 2400 kg/mÂ³ 1 tonne = 1000kg per cm of thickness and 1mÂ² of area: Tonnes=2200*1*.01/1000 Tonnes=0.022 Therefore if you had a tonne of asphalt of density 2200kg/mÂ³ and spread it to a thickness of 1cm, you would c…over 45.45Â±mÂ² (1/0.022) ( Full Answer )
Newton per square meter is a unit of pressure; cubic meter per second is a measure of air flow. I don't think it makes sense to convert one to the other.\n
6 ft = 1.829 metres. . So 6 ft * 6 ft = 1.829*1.829 = 3.344 sq metres.
Speed is a quantity that is measured in meters per second. The previous answer, velocity, is technically incorrect. Velocity is a vector , which consists of a magnitude and a direction . Example: 10 meters per second northwest. Speed , however, is a scalar , and consists solely of… a magnitude . Example: 10 meters per second. ( Full Answer )
"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 acceleration
How does the unit meter per second squared can be derived from newton per kilogram basing on the laws of acceleration?
Remember that in SI (metric), the basic building blocks are Meter/Kilogram/Second/Coulomb. Every other unit comes from those. Working with [ F = m A ], the newton is the derived unit. It's defined as the force required to accelerate 1 kg at 1 m/s 2 . The definition of "1 Newton" is "1 kil…ogram-meter per second 2 ". ( Full Answer )
This question cannot be answered as it stands. Meters and square meters are different in that one is length and the other area. To answer this, you would need to specify the dimensions of the wood that you are using to cover the floor. If you are using 5cm wide strips of wood, then you would need… 20m^2 / .05m = 400 linear meters of wood strips. Then add 10% for cuts,knots and mistakes. ( Full Answer )
The amount of BTU's per square foot varies. The BTU's per ft2 inmy area is 30-35. In your area there might be more or less. For reference sake... Btu's are not used in Metric settings, Joulesare used. 1 btu = 11356 joule Contact a HVAC tech in your area. They can tell you the recommendedBTU or JO…ULE rating for your area with the use of a manual known asa "J manual" . +++ . To be proper, BTU should be all capitals as in the first sentence,though correct abbreviations are very awkward to use in manyMicrosoft applications! ( Full Answer )
1 mason and 1 helper will finish about 40 to 50 sq.m. per day (8 hours) depending on the area.
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. 0.083333333. 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. ( Full Answer )
9" thick wall needs 12 bricks per square foor 13.5" thick wall needs 18 bricks per square foot. 18" thick wall needs 24 bricks per square foot Sender: Mr. Khayal Ahmed Memon Sub Engineer in USAID N.G.O
a square meter equals 1m x 1m. None. "meters" and "square meters" are measuring different things. (one is length , one is area) So you're asking how many apples make an orange..the question itself is in error.
What would be the length of an airport runway needed for an airplane that needs 30 meters per second to take off and will accellerate at 1.8 meters per second squared.?
Gaah! The doofus who posed this question to you is not a pilot. He has confused ground speed with air speed . A plane can achieve sufficient air speed to take off in 0 distance. Consider that you could be taking off into a 70 mph wind (usually not advisable--but possible) with this plane that n…eeds 30 m/s (about 67 mph) to get off the ground...you could actually get that plane off the ground while rolling backwards. There was at least one enterprising pilot who was able to get his plane aloft by flying it around a post tethered by a rope to a remote-controlled hook on the plane. Another concept to consider in answering this question is "At what speed can the plane pop up into ground effect?" If a plane is in ground effect, it can clear the ground by a wing-span to a wing-span and a half at an air speed well below stall speed. Depending on a number of factors, the plane could get into ground effect at speeds considerably slower than take-off speed and stay in ground effect until it achieves roll-out air speed. That plane, with no wind, and using no short-field take-off tricks, will need about 250 meters to clear the runway. Check it out for yourself: t = (v f - v 0 ) / a, D = 1/2 a*t 2 Crack your textbook from time-to-time and look at your formulas. But, you'll need to add about 10 meters to each end for maneuvering and over-run. If you don't want to lose your airport to a law suit, you'd better double the length so the pilot can abort a take-off. If you have already paid the money to build the runway and gotten the zoning, you'll need to add enough length to the runway to accommodate planes that take off at stall speeds greater than 67 mph...at that speed, you are catering to Cessna 150's, on a good day. Might want to think about a 1000 m runway. ( Full Answer )
Hi, 1375 meters is equates to 4511 feet. measure your brick. If its 12 inches = 1 ft, then you'll need 4511 bricks. Doing some research on conversions, looking online or picking up a calculator (that does conversions) will come in handy in all aspect of your life; including measuring out projects… whether it be floor plans for an energy efficient small house, a deck, pouring concrete, you name it. ( Full Answer )
Rate of change of speed. It can be the units for acceleration but need not be.
The conversion between sq m and sqcm are given .On finding the relation we get as follows . 1 sq m =10000 sq cm .
A newton per square meter is called a pascal. It is the same as 1/100,000 bar.
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 d…yne 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. ( Full Answer )
Because if speed is measured in meters per second (m/s) and time ismeasured in seconds, the SI unit of acceleration is meters persecond per second (m/s2). ^_^
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Suppose you have 27 square feet -that's equal to 3 square yards... Just picture in your mind that 3 square feet wide, by 3 squares feet long, to envision that 9 square feet are equal to one square yard. But please specify 'yards of what' in the future...
It cannot be done. Grams per squaremetre is a measure of mass per area (planar density) while kilogram is a measure of mass. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid. However, if you have the area of …the substance, in square centimetres you can multiply the planar density by this area to get the mass in grams. Divide by 1000 and you've got kilograms. ( Full Answer )
No. The Wikipedia lists units of J/(g x K) for some materials. Of course, to consistently use SI units, kilograms should be used instead of grams.
1 square meter = 10,000 cm squared. You ought to be able to take it from there.
None. Grams per square metre is a measure of planar density while a millimetre is a measure of distance (or length). The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.
1 sq metre = 100cm*100cm = 10000 cm 2 Each pot = 30cm*40cm = 1200 cm 2 So, number of pots = 10000/1200 = 8.33... per square metre. However, if you are working on a closed space of 1 square metre, you will get only 6 pots and a lot of wasted space. As the space gets larger, the number of pots will… get closer to 8.33.. per sq metre. ( Full Answer )
8 square meters equals 8 x 100 x 100 square centimeters. That is 80000 square centimeters. A 13cm square has an area of 13 x 13 = 169 square centimeters. Therefore the number of tiles required is 80000/169 = 473.37, make it 474
Just one sheep is going to have to live on more land than onesquare meter. They need at least 3 square meters for their eatingpurposes.
The answer will depend on the size of the bricks as well as their orientation.
You can't estimate that without having a thickness. You have to be able to have an actual volume of space you want to fill up with concrete.
The coverage will depend on the paint itself and on the state and preparation of the surface being painted. Look at the pain tin for its coverage.
16" x 16" = 0.165 sq metres, approx. So number of tiles required = roundup(39/0.165) = 236.13 = 237. That is the mathematical answer. In real life it will depend on the shape of the area (a circular shape will require a lot more tiles to be cut), what proportion of offcuts can be used, your skills… as a tiler. Since you need to ask this question I assume the latter is pretty basic, so I would suggest you get at 7% extra tiles. ( Full Answer )
This problem would be child's play if you'd only let me see the large rectangle, but now, I have no idea. Oh I feel so helpless !
None. A square metre is a measure of area in 2-dimensional space while a ton is a measure of mass. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, any attempt at conversion from one to the other is fundamentally flawed.
The answer will depend on the orientation of the blocks. It will bebetween 13 and 25.