Definitions for "Conversion factors"
Weights and measures are indicated in the unit most commonly used in specific areas of the industry. These are noted with * and conversion factors are provided below. Take This: Do This To Obtain This*cm÷ 2.54= inch*km÷ 1.60= mile*oz x 31.10 x 1.10 x 0.90*oz/T x 34.28= g/t*lb U3O8÷ 2599.8 = tU tU x 2599.8= lb U3O8*% U3O8÷ 1.18
Weights and measures on this site represent units commonly used in the gold industry. Conversion factors are provided below: To Convert Imperial Measurement Units To Metric Measurement Units Multiply By
Conversion factors can be categorized into different types. One type of conversion factor is used to convert raw agricultural commodities into consumer products, such as when converting beef from a carcass weight to a boneless weight, or when converting a dozen shell eggs to kilograms of dried egg. These factors may change over time with changes in agricultural production and marketing practices. In contrast, conversion factors for weights and measures for agricultural commodities and their products are constant over time. For example, two pints of liquid always equal one quart.
Keywords:  circ, tesla, oersteds, gauss, mils
oersteds * 0.795 = amp-turns/cm gauss * 0.0001 = tesla mH/1000 turns * 10 = uH/100 turns in2 * 6.425 = cm2 circ mils * 5.07 x 10-6 = cm2 watts/lb * 17.62 = mW/cm3
Keywords:  parity, feature
Conversion feature Conversion parity
ratios that allow variables to be interchanged.
Keywords:  section, see
See Section 8.