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1) Statutory Instruments; 2) Systeme International

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ASME SECTION VII APPENDIX

Consists of conversion factors for converting Imperial units to SI Units.

ENTROPY

Entropy is the measure of a system’s thermal energy which is not available for conversion into mechanical work. Entropy of a liquid/gas system remains constant if no heat enters or leaves while it alters its volume or does work but increases or decreases should a small amount of heat enter or leave. Its value is determined by dividing the intrinsic energy of the material by its absolute temperature. The intrinsic energy is the product of specific heat at constant volume multiplied by a change in temperature. Entropy is expressed in heat content per mass per unit of temperature. In the SI system its units are therefore Joule/kg/K.

SI (Systeme International) Units

An internationally accepted system of units modeled on the metric system consisting of units of length (meter), mass (kilogram), time (second), electric current (ampere), temperature (degrees Kelvin), and amount of substance (mole).

HZ

The SI unit of frequency equal to one cycle per second.
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