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Hysys, Fouling Factor
SI unit for fouling factor is m2K/kW
Imperial unit is hr.ft.oF/Btu
The SI unit for temperature is the Kelvin.
There is no SI Base Unit for energy. The unit for energy, the joule is a Derived Unit.
The SI or international system of measurement base unit of mass is not the milliliter. The SI base unit of mass is the kilogram.
No. The base unit for length is the metre. In fact, a centimeter is a no-preferred unit in the SI system, which recognises multiples of 103.
In the SI the unit of volume is m3.1 m3 = 1 ooo liters (L); but the liter is also accepted as a tolerated unit of volume.CommentThe litre is not an SI unit, so it is neither a base nor a derived unit. It is a metric unit that may be used alongside SI units.
Zeptometer is a unit of length in SI System .It can be converted to the corresponding standard SI unit m by multiplying its value by a factor of 1E-021.
Fouling factor is essentially used in determining the efficiency of the heat exchangers. Fouling factor is obtained from service (product) on either side of tubes and material of tubes. It basically represents corrosion of heat exchangers tubes which affects efficiency of heat transfer.
The Pascal second (Pa s), is the standard SI unit.
I believe that it will be meter. SI unit goes by 10's. what is the sI unit for lengthThe basic SI unit of length is meter.the basic si unit of lenght is metric.The SI base unit for length is meter. For temperature, the SI base unit is kelvin.
There is none. Fahrenheit is not an SI unit.
No, it isn't even an SI unit. The SI unit for mass is the kilogram. The SI unit for volume is the cubic meter.
No, meter is the SI unit of Length, Si unit of volume is meter3.
The joule is an SI unit!
The SI unit of mass is the kilogram.
The gram is an SI unit. However, the SI base unit is the kilogram, not the gram.
The SI unit for mass is kilogram. Mass is not a unit.
The same as the SI unit for energy - the joule.The same as the SI unit for energy - the joule.The same as the SI unit for energy - the joule.The same as the SI unit for energy - the joule.