Definition of Kilobars

1. Noun. (plural of kilobar) ¹



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Definition of Kilobars

1. kilobar [n] - See also: kilobar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kilobars

kilns
kilo
kilo-
kilo-amp
kilo-joule
kilo-ohm
kilo-ohms
kilo-volt
kilo-volts
kilo-watt
kiloamp
kiloampere
kiloamperes
kiloamps
kilobar
kilobars (current term)
kilobase
kilobase pair
kilobase pairs
kilobases
kilobaud
kilobauds
kilobit
kilobits
kilobyte
kilobytes
kilocal
kilocalorie
kilocalories
kilocals

Literary usage of Kilobars

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1. The Principles of Aërography by Alexander McAdie (1917)
"The homogeneous atmosphere, where, with a pressure of 100 kilobars, the temperature would be 27°A. and the gradient 3.48° per 100 dynamic meters. 2. ..."

2. The Principles of Aërography by Alexander McAdie (1917)
"The homogeneous atmosphere, where, with a pressure of 100 kilobars, the temperature would be 27°A. and the gradient 3.48° per 100 dynamic meters. 2. ..."

3. Manual of Aerography for the United States Navy, 1918 by Alexander McAdie (1918)
"pressure is only about 0.2 to 0.7 kilobars, so that, except in very calm settled weather, the daily oscillations can seldom be recognized in the hourly ..."

4. Permafrost: North American Contribution [to The] Second International by Building Research Advisory Board Staff (1973)
"Isothermal compressibility of frozen soil and ice to 30 kilobars at -10°C. ... Dynamic pressure measurements to 300 kilobars with a resistance transducer. ..."

5. Nature and Science on the Pacific Coast: A Guide-book for Scientific by Pacific Coast Committee (1915)
"Mean annual pressure 1017 kilobars (763 mm. or 30.03 in. ... The absolute range of pressure 51 kilobars, ie, in equivalent force units, 51000 dynes or 5 per ..."

6. Nature and Science on the Pacific Coast: A Guide-book for Scientific by Pacific Coast Committee, Betty Hoag McGlynn (1915)
"The absolute range of pressure 51 kilobars, ie, in equivalent force units, 51000 dynes or 5 per cent of an atmosphere. Temperature. ..."

7. Effects of Nuclear Earth-penetrator And Other Weapons by Nas (2005)
"All of the experimental tunnels experienced severe damage at peak stress levels of about 1 to 1.5 kilobars or less, with the exception of some extremely ..."

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