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    Need to convert KiloJoule /m2(Impact strength) to Kpa . How can i do it as both are different properties. Please guide

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    Originally posted by sudhishjoseph View Post
    Need to convert KiloJoule /m2(Impact strength) to Kpa . How can i do it as both are different properties. Please guide
    It is an engineering analysis, not a conversion. An energy, joule, is a force, newton, times a displacement, meter. You are going to have to model the flexure of whatever is absorbing the impact with force to determine displacement. Due to shock propagation, there is probably poor correlation with static pressure that would cause it to fail.

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