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TM 9-254 5-4. Conversion Factors - Continued Table 5-5.  Conversion Factors - Continued Conversely, To convert Into Multiply by multiply by Watts Foot-lbs per minute 44.26 2.26 X 10-2 Watts Foot-lbs per second 0.7378 1.356 Watts Horsepower 1.341 X 10-3 746 Watts per minute Kilogram-calories 1.433 X 10-2 69.77 Watts Kilowatts 10-3 103 Watts Microwatts 106 10-6 Watts Milliwatts 103 10-3 Watt-seconds Joules 1 1 Webers Maxwells 108 10-8 Webers per sq. meter Gausses 104 10-4 Yards Feet 3 0.3333 Yards Varas 1.08 0.9259 Section II.  TEMPERATURE DATA 5-5. Temperature Scales. a. Celsius.  Celsius or centigrade is a temperature scale that registers the freezing point of water as 0°C and the boiling point as 100°C under normal atmospheric pressure.  Celsius is the official designation for this scale, but centigrade is commonly used. b. Fahrenheit.  Fahrenheit is a temperature scale that registers the freezing point commonly used. of water as 32°F and the boiling point as 212°F under normal atmospheric pressure. c. Kelvin.  Kelvin is a temperature scale on which the degree intervals are equal to those of the Celsius scale. On the Kelvin temperature scale the freezing point of water is 273.16°K and the boiling point is 373.16°K. 5-14

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