# Units of Measurement

Jun 17th, 2015
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Acceleration: It is defined as the rate of change of velocity. Force: Force =mass acceleration = m  a F = (M) (LT-2) = (MLT-2) So, dimension of mass is 1 and that of length is +1and that of time is –2 in force.

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Units of MeasurementAccelerationMoment of InertiaAcceleration due to GravityMoment of Force of TorqueAngular DisplacementMomentumAngular MomentumPlank's ConstantAngular VelocityPotential EnergyCoefficient of FrictionPowerCoefficient of Thermal ConductivityPressureCoefficient of ViscositySpecific HeatForceSpeedFrequencyStressGravitational ConstantSurface TensionHeatThermal CapacityImpulseVelocityKinetic EnergyWorkLatent HeatYoung ModulusAcceleration:It is defined as the rate of change of velocity.Acceleration due to gravity:Angular Displacement:Angular momentum or moment of momentum L:Angular velocity:Coefficient of Friction:Coefficient of Thermal conductivity k0:Coefficient of viscosity: ()Force:Force =massacceleration = ma F = (M)(LT-2) = (MLT-2) So, dimension of mass is 1 and that of length is +1and that of time is 2 in force.Gravitational constant: According toNewtonuniversal law of gravitation.Heat:Heat is a form of energy. Q = [ML2T-2]Impulse:Kinetic Energy (K.E.):Latent Heat: Heat absorbed per unit mass during changed of state.Momentum:Moment of a force of torque of moment of a couple:Moment of Inertia: Moment of inertia = mass (length)2= [ML2

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