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Old Mar 25, 2002, 06:20 AM
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oz/sq.ft. convert to gr/dm2


can somebody convert
1 oz/sq.ft. to gr/dm2 (in Europe)?

1 lb to gr.?

1 ft. to cm2?

1oz. to gr.?

a good conversion table betwen US and Europe?

when you write an ezone article, please, thing about europe brothers :-)

thanks.
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Old Mar 25, 2002, 07:01 AM
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You need convert.exe
http://www.joshmadison.com/software/
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Old Mar 25, 2002, 09:46 AM
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Agree with Andy.

I use convert.exe all the time.
Old Mar 25, 2002, 11:34 AM
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Jose,
1lb=16oz
1 oz =28.35 gm
1 dm^2=15.50 IN^2=0.1076 ft^2
Therefore 1oz/ft^2=3.0515 gm/dm^2
1 ft. to cm2? I don't know how to convert this!
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Old Mar 25, 2002, 03:16 PM
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For simplicity I just multiply by 3, so 25oz/sq ft = 75g/dm2

I's close enough in just about all cases.

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Old Mar 26, 2002, 08:27 AM
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(1gr/.0357oz)x(15.21sq in/sq dm)x(1sq ft/144sq in)= 2.9gr/sq dm
Old Mar 26, 2002, 11:01 AM
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Richard,
Sorry but your numbers are off slightly using your format:
(1gr/.0357oz)x(15.21sq in/sq dm)x(1sq ft/144sq in)= 2.9gr/sq dm
(1gr/.0353oz)x(15.50sq in/sq dm)x(1sq ft/144sq in)= 3.05gr/sq dm
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Old Mar 26, 2002, 11:39 AM
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sorry Dick, I didn't take the time to look up the exact numbers but used the approximate values that I remember.
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Old Mar 26, 2002, 03:22 PM
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Your rememberie's better than mine!
Old Aug 29, 2011, 03:58 AM
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1 oz.ft2 = 3.05 g.sqdm2

1 oz =28.35 g
1 ft2=9.29 sqdm(dm2)
then:
28.35/9.29 = (almost) 3.05
so if you want to know 1 oz.ft2 = ? g.sqdm you should mulipy to 3.05
exchanging the other units are the same. you should only know the exchange rates
thank you
Old Aug 29, 2011, 04:39 AM
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The link posted for Convert by Andy W almost twelve years ago is still active and is all you need for your conversions.
Old Aug 29, 2011, 07:03 AM
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Nine and a half isn't really all that close to twelve ....but things have certainly moved on and now it's as easy as typing "Convert X oz/sq ft to g/sq dm" into Google .

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Old Aug 29, 2011, 09:23 AM
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Nine and a half isn't really all that close to twelve
Oops, I need an app to work out the age of old threads for me.
Old Aug 29, 2011, 10:54 AM
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Oops, I need an app to work out the age of old threads for me.
Luckily that exist too, so we need never think again:
http://www.timeanddate.com/date/timeduration.html


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