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SI

abbreviation for STATUTORY INSTRUMENT.
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This all rather supports my long-held contention that we would get along much better sticking to pounds and ounces and feet and inches rather than SI units, especially when incorrectly converted.
The SI units of measurement are treated as mathematical entities (e.
All CVs calculated in DCCT units were much lower compared with CVs calculated in SI units (Table 1) owing to the lower specificity of the NGSP PRMP.
e] = c [m/sec] or, in SI units, c/587 = 511000 Volts.
The use of metric and SI units is an integral part of the mathematics and science curricula.
1], respectively, and as a result, the values of these seven constants in SI units are exactly known.
SI units are used throughout the book, and it contains 1,150 illustrations.
The initial 300 questions cover topics including SI units, behaviour of gases and liquids, temperature measurement, equipment considerations (valves, vaporisers and ventilators).
The new site connects with IDES Prospector, a database comprised of polymer property data in all standards with information in English and SI units.
There are several other important SI units to become familiar with because they form part of the language soil scientists use in problem solving.
Users are led through an easy-to-use interface to the right product for the right application using either IP or SI units.