foot-pound-second system

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foot-pound-second sys·tem (FPS, fps),

a system of absolute units based on the foot, pound, and second.

foot-pound-sec·ond sys·tem

(FPS, fps) (fut'pownd-sek'ŏnd sis'tĕm)
A system of absolute units based on the foot, pound, and second.
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The contract covers the manufacture of 24 kilometers of 6" gas injection flexible lines rated for 552 bars (7,850 pound-force per square inch) design pressure:
The station will receive the gas at 10 pound-force per square inch gauge (psig) and discharge it at around 925psig.