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Conversion of lbs/in to N/mm

Conversion of lbs/in to N/mm

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Hey guys, got a test result back and they gave it in lbs/in and I need it in N/mm as the requirement states. This is a breaking strength test for fabrics.  I'm having a little trouble converting this, could anyone help me out?  It is 88lbs/in

RE: Conversion of lbs/in to N/mm

Wikipedia should have something comprehensive for this.  I have a handy conversion program that I will post here when I find it.  

BTW, units are never pluralized; e.g., 'lbs' is a no-no.  

  

RE: Conversion of lbs/in to N/mm

My conversion program shows 1 lbf = 4.448222 N.
 
And 1 in = 25.4 mm.

Using unit cancellation from lb/in to N/mm gives you a factor of 4.448222/25.4 or 0.1751268

I use this conversion freeware program:
http://joshmadison.com/convert-for-windows/

RE: Conversion of lbs/in to N/mm

dbooker630,
Thanks for taking care of that for me  :)

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