[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

*Subject*: [at-l] I'm confused*From*: "Pete J. Osler" <osler@btv.ibm.com>*Date*: Tue, 03 Aug 1999 07:35:57 -0400

> 1 joule/square meter = 16.68 mw-s/10,000 sq cm = .001668 mw-s/sq cm If I remember my high-school physics: 1 Watt is defined as 1 Joule / Sec, or conversely 1 Watt-Sec = 1 Joule 1000 mWatt-Sec = 1 Watt-Sec = 1 Joule 1 Joule / M^2 = 1 Watt-Sec / M^2 = 1000 mWatt-Sec / M^2 ( where '^2' means 'squared' ) 10000 cM^2 = 1 M^2. ( where '^2' means 'squared' ) 1 Joule / M^2 = 1000 mWatt-Sec / 10000 cM^2 = 0.1 mWatt-Sec / cM^2 ...Pete Osler Ga->Me '81 * From the Appalachian Trail Mailing List | http://www.backcountry.net * ==============================================================================

- Prev by Date:
**Re: [at-l] hiking,dogs,bootleggers** - Next by Date:
**RE: [at-l] Any recipes?** - Prev by thread:
**Re: [at-l] Saddleback** - Next by thread:
**Re: [at-l] I'm confused** - Index(es):