Conversion table
Thread poster: Andrea Ali

Andrea Ali  Identity Verified
Argentina
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Apr 21, 2004

I came across this fantastic conversion table (Spanish onlyicon_frown.gif)and wanted to share it.
http://usuarios.arnet.com.ar/francoandres/ac/tabla.htm

It might save time and headaches!

Cheers,
Andrea


 

Maria Belarra  Identity Verified
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Now I can leave aside my calculating machine.. Apr 21, 2004

.. and stop bothering British friends with questions abour how much beer is in a gallon!icon_biggrin.gif

Great! Thanks Andrea!


 

two2tango  Identity Verified
Argentina
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Fantastic!! Apr 21, 2004

Thanks Andrea for sharing the link, I can now stop bothering Quique with conversions!!
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Haydée


 

ntext  Identity Verified
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Here's a very comprehensive one in English Apr 21, 2004

http://www.digitaldutch.com/unitconverter/

 

Andrea Ali  Identity Verified
Argentina
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:) Apr 21, 2004

Thanks, Norbert! In English and more complete!

Pepish, Haydée: I know what you are talking abouticon_wink.gif

In my case, 300 words/hour vs. 1 conversion/dayicon_lol.gif

Cheers,
Andrea


 

Judy Rojas  Identity Verified
Chile
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One for engineers Apr 21, 2004

I've been using Uconeer. Is a freeware conversion program for engineers. It's quite complete and you can download it at: http://www.katmarsoftware.com/uconeer.htm

Cheers,
Ricardo


 

Henk Peelen  Identity Verified
Netherlands
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Some more resources Apr 22, 2004

http://www.onlineconversion.com/
http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/links.html
http://www.proz.com/?sp=bb/viewtopic&forum_id=44&topic_id=8090


American Wire Guide (code for power cable)
http://www.hardwarebook.net/table/AWG.html
http://www.rbeelectronics.com/wtable.htm


Rule of thumb for temperatures
Calculation:
Celsius = (Fahrenheit – 32) * 5/9
Fahrenheit = (9/5 * Celsius) + 32

Estimation (for non-professional use only, just ot get a rough idea):
C = (F-30) * 0.5
F = 2C + 30


Examples of an estmation versus calculation
F = 20…..estimation: C = -5….calculation: C = -6.7
F = 50…..estimation: C = 10….calculation: C = 10
F = 100..estimation: C = 35….calculation: C = 37.8

C = -10…..estimation: F = 10…….calculation: F = 14
C = 10…...estimation: F = 50…...calculation: F = 50
C = 40…...estimation: F = 110….calculation: F = 104


 


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