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Units Guy
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Get calibrated for your next technical challenge.

Post by Units Guy » Sun Oct 08, 2006 1:14 pm

I have put this website together. It is intended to be a useful technical resource. A brief description follows:
A website with a database of information on a variety of units of measure. Look for new perspectives on the magnitude of any physical quantity. Numerous scientific & engineering charts, graphs & nomographs. Explore & get calibrated for your next technical challenge! - ( www.units-of-measure.com

For example if you want some perspective of data rates see the following page out of the database:

http://www.units-of-measure.com/Block_D ... 8_-10.html

Some interesting and perspective providing charts and nomographs are found at this page:

http://www.units-of-measure.com/Charts-Nomograph.html

Please contribute some of your own at the contribute page.
www.units-of-measure.com
Database that provides perspective on how big or small. Check it out.

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Chris Smith
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Post by Chris Smith » Sun Oct 08, 2006 3:38 pm

Has it got "femtoseconds"? :smile:

Units Guy
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Femtoseconds yet?

Post by Units Guy » Mon Oct 09, 2006 4:38 am

Hi Chris,

Here is the index on what is covered so far. No femtoseconds yet. Coming soon.

http://www.units-of-measure.com/Block-Search.html

Best regards,

Units Guy
www.units-of-measure.com
www.units-of-measure.com
Database that provides perspective on how big or small. Check it out.

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Post by Chris Smith » Mon Oct 09, 2006 7:38 am

Units guy

I was being facetious but I do like the technical, and having a simple site to look up numbers and equations really helps a lot.

Keep up the good works as math and figures are everything.

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