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# METRIC PRACTICE GUIDE FOR CONCRETE AND CONCRETE AGGREGATES Inch-Pound Units inch square inch cubic foot

pound per cubic foot pound per cubic yard ounce (U.S. uid) quart (U.S. uid) pound (avoirdupois) ton psi psi grain horsepower square centimetre per gram (cm2/g) calorie per gram pound-force (lbf) pound-force (lbf) temperature, degree Fahrenheit (F) temperature interval, degree Fahrenheit (F) Factor 3 25.4 (exact) 3 6.452 3 0.02832 3 16.02 3 0.5933 3 29.57 3 0.9464 3 0.4536 3 0.9072 3 6.895 3 0.006895 3 0.06480 3 745.7 3 0.1 (exact) 3 4.184 (exact) 3 4.448 x 0.004448 (F 32)/1.8 F/1.8 = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = SI Units millimetre (mm) square centimetre (cm2) cubic metre (m3) kilogram per cubic metre (kg/m3) kilogram per cubic metre (kg/m3) cubic centimetre (cm3) (millilitre) cubic decimetre (dm3) (litre) kilogram (kg) megagram (Mg) (metric ton) kilopascal (kPa) megapascal (MPa) gram (g) watt (W) square metre per kilogram (m2/kg) kilojoule per kilogram (kJ/kg) newton (N) kilonewton (kN) temperature, degree Celsius (C) temperature interval, degree Celsius (C)

NoteWhen converting from alternative designation of sieves in inch-pound units, the proper quantity in SI units is that given in Table 1 of Specication E 11 for Wire-Cloth Sieves for Testing Purposes, and not the quantity calculated from the alternative designation. (For example, the 1-in. sieve is the 25.0-mm sieve, not the 25.4-mm sieve).