1 kilogram per linear meter........................

.672 pound per linear foot.

2.016 pounds per yard.

1,000 kilograms (1 ton) per meter...................

.300 long ton per foot; ⅓ short ton per foot.

1 kilogram per kilometer.....................

3.548 pounds per mile.

1,000 kilograms (1 ton) per kilometer.................

1.584 long tons per mile; 1.774 short tons per mile.

1 kilogram per square millimeter.................

1422.32 pounds per square inch; .635 long ton per square inch; .711 short ton per sq. in.

1 kilogram per square centimeter...................

14.2232 pounds per square inch.

1 kilogram per square decimeter.......................

20.481 pounds per square foot.

1 kilogram per square meter ........................

1.843 pounds per square yard.

1,000 kilograms (1 ton) per square meter..........

.8229 long ton, .922 short ton, per square yard.

1 kilogram per ton......................

2.240 pounds per long ton; 2 pounds per short ton.

1 kilogram per ton per kilometer................

3.6042 pounds per long ton per mile.

1 liter of water at 4° C. per ton per kilometer...............

.4325 U. S. gal. at 62° F. per long ton per mile.

1 gram per square millimeter...............

1.422 pounds per square inch.

1 gram per square centimeter................

.01422 pound per square inch.

1 kilogram per cubic meter.....................

.1686 pound per cubic yard.

.0624 pound per cubic foot.

1,000 kilograms (1 ton) per cubic meter...............

.984 long ton per cubic meter.

.752 ton per cubic yard.

1 cubic meter per kilogram.........................

16.019 cubic feet per pound.

1 cubic meter per ton.................

1.329 cubic yards per long ton.

35.882 cubic feet per long ton.

1 cubic meter per kilometer...................

2.105 cubic yards per mile.

1 cubic meter per linear meter.................

1.196 cubic yards per linear yard.

1 cubic meter per square meter............

3.281 cubic feet per square foot. .405 cubic meter per acre.

1 cubic meter per hectare....................

.529 cubic yard per acre.

1 kilogrammeter...................

7.233 foot-pounds.

1 kilogrammeter................

= 0.00323 foot-ton (long) = .00362 foot-ton (short).

1 ton-meter...........................

3 foot-tons (long); 3.36 (short).

1 cheval vapeur, or cheval (75k X m per second).....

.9863 horse-power.

1 kilogram per cheval.................

2.235 pounds per horse-power.

1 square meter per cheval.......................

10.913 square feet per horse-power.

1 cubic meter per cheval................

35.806 cubic feet per horse-power.

1 calorie, or French unit of heat....................

3.968 British heat-units.

French mechanical equivalent of heat (423.55k X m)..................................

3063.5 foot-pounds.

1 calorie per square meter..........................

.369 heat-unit per square foot.

1 calorie per kilogram.....................

1.800 heat-units per pound.

English And French.

1 pound per linear foot.........................

1.488 kilograms per linear meter.

1 pound per yard....................

.496 kilogram per meter.

1 long ton per foot.........................

33.32 kilograms (3⅓ tons approx.) per meter.

1 long ton per yard.........................

1111 kilograms (1 1/10 tons approx.) per meter.

1 pound per mile........................

.2818 kilogram per kilometer.

1 long ton per mile......................

.6313 ton per kilometer.

1 pound per long ton.........................

.4464 kilogram per ton.

1 pound per long ton per mile...................

.2774 kilogram per ton per kilometer.

1 pound per square inch......................

.0703077 kilogram per square centimeter.

.7031 gram per square millimeter.

5.170 centimeters of mercury at 0° C.

1 atmosphere (14.7 pounds per square inch)...............

1.0335 kilograms per square centimeter.

1,000 pounds per square inch................

.703077 kilogram per square millimeter.

2,000 pounds per square inch................

1.406154 kilograms per square millimeter.

1 long ton per square inch..................

1.575 kilograms per square millimeter.

1 pound per square foot..................

4.883 kilograms per square meter.

1,000 pounds per square foot....................

4882.517 kilograms per square meter.

1 ton per square foot....................

10.936 tons per square meter.

1,000 pounds per square yard..........................

542.500 kilograms per square meter.

1 ton per square yard.................

1.215 tons per square meter.

1 pound per cubic yard....................

.5933 kilogram per cubic meter.

1 pound per cubic foot.................

16.020 kilograms per cubic meter.

1 ton per cubic yard................

1.329 tons per cubic meter.

1 cubic yard per pound...............

1.6855 cubic meters per kilogram.

1 cubic yard per ton................

.7525 cubic meter per ton.

1 cubic yard per mile...............

.4750 cubic meter per kilometer.

1 cubic yard per linear yard.................

.836 cubic meter per linear meter.

1 cubic foot per square foot...................

.3048 cubic meter per square meter.

1 cubic meter per acre.......................

2.471 cubic meters per hectare.

1 cubic yard per acre..................

1.889 cubic meters per hectare.

1 foot-pound...............................

.1382 kilogrammeter.

1 foot-ton (long)................

.3097 ton-meter.

1 horse-power......................

1.0139 cheval.

1 pound per horse-power................

.447 kilogram per cheval.

1 square foot per horse-power................

.0916 square meter per cheval.

1 cubic foot per horse-power...................

.0279 cubic meter per cheval.

1 British unit of heat, or heat-unit............

.252 calorie.

British mechanical equivalent of one heatunit (772 foot-pounds).................

106.7 kilogrammeters.

1 British heat-unit per square foot..................

2.713 calories per square meter.

1 British heat-unit per pound..........................

5/9 calorie per kilogram.

- D. K. Clark, Mechanical Engineer's Pocket Book.

To Reduce Parts By Volume, Or Measure To Parts By Weight

Multiply the parts by volume, or measure, by the specific gravity of the different substances: the result will be parts by weight.