I need to convert 1.67 gt/cm3 to kN/m3. Any idea about this?
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Originally posted by Unregistered1I need to convert 1.67 gt/cm3 to kN/m3. Any idea about this?
2) The force of standard gravity (it varies about ±½% from equator to pole at sea level) acting on a mass is 9.80665 N/kg. (Round to 9.81). So the force acting on it is 15696 N/m³ or 15.7 kN/m³ (approx)
Keep in mind, this assumes you are on earth, at sea level, at about 45° latitude. Elsewhere, use local gravity.

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Originally posted by Guest View Posti need to convert 2.518 gr/cc to kN/m3, can you help me please?
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ohh, can you help me convert 35.66 kg/cm2 to kilopascal? its cohesi value for slope stability analysis..
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Originally posted by Guest View Postohh, can you help me convert 35.66 kg/cm2 to kilopascal? its cohesi value for slope stability analysis..
35.66 kg/cm² x 9.80665 N/kgf x 10^{4} cm²/m² x 1 kN/1000 N = 3497 kPa (recognizing 1 Pa = 1 N/m²).
Perhaps better written as 3.497 MPa.
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