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Message No. 22727, Started by Craigclick on 07/05/18

In the manufacture of laminated timber structures the pressure should be 0.6-1.0 N/mm². In attempting to convert to 'foot pounds', I'm just all over the place with ridiculously high figures (325 ft pd) to incredibly low (4.7). The latter coming from 1 N/mm2 = 1 MPa.

Can anyone shed some light? Thanks

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