The results were expressed in kilopascals
and the median value of successful measurements was considered as representative of LSM.
Vapor pressure, measured in kilopascals
(kPa), is the metric of choice for IEA Annex 14 (International Energy Agency 1991).
The primary unit of measurement used is Kilopascals
(kPa) with conversions to millimetres of mercury (mmHg) given throughout.
Blood oxygen is measured in kilopascals
(kPa), and 12-14 kPa is considered normal.
(kPa), a fraction 12-14 kPa normally found in most people's blood.
8 96 a la compactacion (%) con Proctor a 200 kilopascals
The neutralizer was autoclaved for 20 minutes at 200 kilopascals
Elefteriades found that the tensile strength of an enlarged aortic wall--that is, its rupture point--is about 800 kilopascals
Dan measured the distance the ball traveled when it was inflated with the manufacturer's recommended level of air pressure: 85 kilopascals
(12 pounds per square inch).
It can handle pressures in the range 50 to 800 kilopascals
Loaded carbon, with 2 to 4 kg/mt of gold, is treated with hydrochloric acid and Zadra-type pressure stripped at 135[degree sign]C and 400 kiloPascals
Before analysis, we converted the values to kilopascals
per square millimeter and took the average three punctures (Kearsley and Whitham 1989).