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### Kg/cm to N/mm2 (more info in message)

Posted:

**Fri Jan 25, 2008 2:39 am**
by **Jon**

Hi,

I need help converting Kg/cm to N/mm2. I realize they are different types of measurement and cannot normally be compared. However, I have two different tensile strength test results, one in Kg/cm and one in N/mm2. (both from adidas) The sample is 3.00mm thick and 25.54mm wide.

If anyone can help I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks

### kg/cm2 convert to N/mm2 and vice versa

Posted:

**Sun Apr 20, 2008 2:53 pm**
by **behrang**

Dear jon

You can convert N/mm2 to Kg/cm2 by multiplying the value in N/mm2 by 10.194

For converting Kg/cm2 to N/mm2 you can divide the value in Kg/cm2 to 10.194

Tip: as a thumb rule each N/mm2 equals to 10 Kg/cm2, thus you can multiple the value in N/mm2 by 10 to convert it to Kg/cm2.

### convert kg/cm2 to Megapascal

Posted:

**Thu May 14, 2009 9:46 pm**
by **karafi@isomarbre.com**

Hi,

can you help me?

I need to convert 23,9kg/cm² to Megalpascal.

Regards

Karafi

### megapascal

Posted:

**Thu May 14, 2009 10:22 pm**
by **karafi@isomarbre.com**

Sorry I mean MEGAPASCAL

### Re: convert kg/cm2 to Megapascal

Posted:

**Fri May 15, 2009 12:40 am**
by **Dirtman**

karafi@isomarbre.com wrote:Hi,

can you help me?

I need to convert 23,9kg/cm² to Megapascal.

Regards

Karafi

I assume you mean 23.9 kg

f/cm2 to Megapascal.

23.9 kgf/cm2 * 0.0980665 = 2.34 Mpa (Megapascal)

Posted:

**Fri May 15, 2009 3:23 am**
by **karafi@isomarbre.com**

Many thanks

Posted:

**Fri May 15, 2009 7:51 pm**
by **karafi@isomarbre.com**

1 more question:

What is f [/b] in kgf/cm2?

Regards

Karafi

Posted:

**Fri May 15, 2009 7:52 pm**
by **karafi@isomarbre.com**

sorry the question is:

1 more question:

What is f in kgf/cm2?

Regards

Karafi

Posted:

**Sat May 16, 2009 1:05 am**
by **Dirtman**

karafi@isomarbre.com wrote:sorry the question is:

1 more question:

What is f in kgf/cm2?

Regards

Karafi

Hi Karafi:

The f stands for force, which is an influence that can produce a change in the velocity or deformation of an object.

See:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Force

Posted:

**Sat May 16, 2009 12:38 pm**
by **karafi@isomarbre.com**

Thank you Dirtman

Have a nice WE

Karafi

Posted:

**Fri Jul 03, 2009 3:34 am**
by **Guest**

Hi I have a question , if material have 1,8Nmm2 it can hold 18,882 kg/cm2? it means it will hold a 1,5kg thing at any circumstances?

### kg/mm2 to n/mm2

Posted:

**Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:11 am**
by **NSK**

Hi,

how to convert Y.S 77.3 Kg/mm2 to N/MM2 OR PSI

Thanks.

### Re: Kg/cm to N/mm2 (more info in message)

Posted:

**Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:48 pm**
by **sailor1000**

How do I work out support area using the following formula

Support area A (cm2) = Supporting force F (N)

____________________

Load-bearing capacity of ground (N/CM2)

= 32.9 KN

______

25 N/CM2

= Suport area ?

Many thanks for any help

### Re:

Posted:

**Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:37 pm**
by **joeridamian**

karafi@isomarbre.com wrote:1 more question:

What is f [/b] in kgf/cm2?

Regards

Karafi

Kilograms in

Force

### Re: Kg/cm to N/mm2 (more info in message)

Posted:

**Tue Sep 10, 2013 6:10 pm**
by **PatWilliams**

It is very to convert kg/cm to N/mm2.

Please check this

1 KG=9.81 N

1mm= 0.1cm

1sqmm= 0.1x.01 cm=.02sqcm

1n/sqmm=490kg/sqcm

If you start using this formulas to calcualte the counts, it would be pretty easy for you to handle.