Units confusion- help needed


by svishal03
Tags: confusion, units
svishal03
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Dec3-12, 11:47 AM
P: 132
Please can anyone help me?I'm confused here.

If I'm following unit of force as Newton, and length as mm; and stress as MPa,then for a consistent system of units (see link below);

http://www.dynasupport.com/howtos/ge...sistent-units/

what should be the unit for:
1)density
2) rotation
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jedishrfu
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Dec3-12, 12:11 PM
P: 2,475
for me I would convert everything to MKS and then work it out rather than mix and match various units of measure unless there is a clear reason to do otherwise. Similarly for choosing CGS...


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