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Pa

ID:15720
GUID:-
Type:UNIT
Version:42
Version date:2013-02-22
Status:DRAFT
Owner:IFD-Nederland

Names

en-INPa
en-INpascal
nl-NLPa
nl-NLpascal

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Table 2 - SI derived units with special names, including SI supplementary units
plane angle - radian (rad), solid angle - steradian (sr), frequency - hertz (Hz), force - newton (N), pressure/stress - pascal (Pa), energy/work/quantity of heat -joule (J), power/radiant flux - watt (W), electric charge/quantity of electricity - coulomb (C), electric potential/potential difference/tension/electromotive force - volt (V), capacitance - farad (F), electric resistance - ohm (Ω), electric conductance - siemens (S), magnetic flux - weber (Wb), magnetic flux density - tesla (T), inductance - henry (H), Celcius temperature - degree Celcius (ºC), luminous flux - lumen (lm), illuminance - lux (lx).
[ISO 31-00:1992.2.3.2.2]


pascal
[ISO 31-03:1992.3-15.a]


pascal
[ISO 31-03:1992.3-18.a]


pascal
[ISO 31-07:1992.7-09.a]


pascal
[ISO 31-08:1992.8-19.a]


pascal
[ISO 31-08:1992.8-20.a]


pascal
[ISO 31-08:1992.8-26.a]


Pascal
The pascal (symbol: Pa) is the SI derived unit of pressure or stress (also: Young's modulus and tensile strength). It is a measure of perpendicular force per unit area i.e. equivalent to one newton per square meter or one joule per cubic meter. In everyday life, the pascal is perhaps best known from meteorological air-pressure reports, where it occurs in the form of kilopascal (1 kPa = 1000 Pa). In other contexts, the kilopascal is more commonly used, for example on bicycle tire labels. One hectopascal corresponds to about 0.1% and one kilopascal to about 1% of atmospheric pressure (near sea level): one hectopascal is thus equivalent to a millibar. One Newton is just under a quarter-pound of force; 1 N = 0.22481 lbf.
[Wikipedia (En)]


Pascal (eenheid)
De pascal (symbool Pa) is de SI-eenheid voor druk: 1 Pa = 1 N/m² (1 newton per vierkante meter). De eenheid is vernoemd naar Blaise Pascal.
[Wikipedia (Nl)]


Pascal
In the International System of Units, the derived unit of pressure and stress; one newton per square metre.
[Wiktionary (En)]