one psi equals to how much kg/cm2
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Re: psi to kg/cm2
To be precise, I need to understand the conversion for spring rate to K (as in spring rates of 396 PSI front, 336 PSI rear assuming spring rate is measured in PSI) to its equivalant K spring rate (as in 6K or *k or 5k/3K)...
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Re: psi to kg/cm2
Originally posted by UnregisteredTo be precise, I need to understand the conversion for spring rate to K (as in spring rates of 396 PSI front, 336 PSI rear assuming spring rate is measured in PSI) to its equivalant K spring rate (as in 6K or *k or 5k/3K)...
Thanks.
An air spring may require an associated internal pressure for certain performance, but its spring rate is still lb/in.
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Using a hydraulic press, I measured the psi required to snap pieces of wood. The press had a 3 1/4" ram (the part that presses down on the wood). Thus, it wasn't just measured as 100 psi, it was 100 psi on a 3 1/4" ram.
When converting the number to kg/cm2, would the conversion be the same?
I'm assuming that I would use the same formula, but say kg/cm2 on a 3 1/4" ram. I just wanted to run it past you before I submit the results.
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Re: psi to kg/cm2
Originally posted by Unregistered View Posthere see kg/cm2 is that the jst the same as bar?
1 bar = 100 kPa.
1 kg/cm² = 98.0665 kPa It involves using the kilogram as a unit of force and is therefore a deprecated unit. It should not be used.
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