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Übersetzung für 'kilogram-force' von Englisch nach Deutsch
 NOUN a kilogram-force | kilograms-force
 phys.unit kilogram-force  [dated] Kilopond {n}  [veraltet]
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## Übersetzung für 'kilogram-force' von Englisch nach Deutsch

kilogram-force <kgf> [dated]
Kilopond {n} <kp> [veraltet]phys.unit
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
• For example, sometimes the kilogram-force (...) unit is used to measure loads.
• Older texts still use the wrong unit of kilogram-force per tonne (kgf/t).
• When an object's weight (its gravitational force) is expressed in "kilograms", this actually refers to the kilogram-force (kgf or kg-f), also known as the "kilopond" (kp), which is a non-SI unit of force.
• The decanewton is also encountered occasionally, probably because it is an SI approximation of the kilogram-force.
• Another issue that plagued the MAG-7 was the 7.7 kilogram-force (kgf) trigger pull.

• All wheels are measured by KGF or Kilogram - force.
• In English contexts the unit of force is usually formed by simply appending the suffix "force" to the name of the unit of mass, thus "gram-force" (gf) or "kilogram-force" (kgf), which follows the tradition of pound-force (lbf).
• One poncelet is defined as the power required to raise a hundred-kilogram mass (quintal) at a velocity of one metre per second (100 kilogram-force·m/s).
• In particular, since it is the ratio of the kilogram-force and the kilogram, its numeric value when expressed in coherent SI units is the ratio of the kilogram-force and the newton, two units of force.
• The symbol kp usually stands for the "kilopond", a unit of force, or kilogram-force, used primarily in Europe prior to the introduction of SI units.

• Gravitational metric systems use the kilogram-force (kilopond) as a base unit of force, with mass measured in a unit known as the hyl, "Technische Masseneinheit" (TME), mug or metric slug.
• The kilogram-force is a non-SI unit of force, defined as the force exerted by a one-kilogram mass in standard Earth gravity (equal to 9.80665 newtons exactly).
• Although not in accordance with either the SI or Imperial unit system, the shorthand notation is in fact quite useful, as 60° shaft rotation commands, 1 cm long shaft cranks, as well as control rod "forces" in kilogram-force range are typical in hobby RC world.
• The decanewton or dekanewton (daN), exactly 10 N, is used in some fields as an approximation to the kilogram-force, because it is close to the 9.80665 N of 1 kgf.
• Using the names kilogram, gram, kilogram-force, or gram-force (or their symbols) as a unit of force is prohibited in SI; the unit of force in SI is the newton (N).

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