1.1
Irene Polikoff
Units of Measure with Dimensional Analysis
James E. Masters
Ralph Hodgson
Science, Medicine and Engineering
The QUDT Dimensional Units is a vocabulary that extens the basic treatment of units with quantities and their dimensions. A quantity is the measurement of an observable property of a particular object, event, or physical system. A quantity is always associated with the context of measurement (i.e. the thing measured, the measured value, the accuracy of measurement, etc.) whereas the underlying quantity kind is independent of any particular measurement. A dimension is a relationship between a quantity system, a quantity kind of that system, and one or more dimension vectors. There is one dimension vector for each of the system's base quantity kinds. The vector's magnitude determines the exponent of the base dimension for the referenced quantity kind.
All disciplines
Daniel Mekonnen
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Full treatment of quantities and units including support for dimensional analysis over quantities.
QUDT
http://qudt.org/vocab/dimensionalunit
To provide the dimension vectors for all QUDT units
QUDT Dimensional Units Version 1.1
2011-01-02T01:16:11
qudt-dimensionalunit
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QUDT Dimensional Units
PAL
D91
LUX
CDL
A12
MIK
A76
2N
J28
YRD
D13
2L
F79
C80
B15
A96
KAT
4T
A32
D33
A95
VLT
YDK
G2
F11
FOT
FS
B98
A73
NMI
2B
J23
HTZ
FP
B11
C34
J2
DAY
J29
4O
S3
NQ
K67
JOU
C65
87
D57
YDQ
IV
ON
2A
FR
INH
KGS
KGM
C19
B57
K24
CKG
GRN
B62
MBR
C81
H14
COU
WTT
LUM
2A
K68
A48
H12
J83
A57
A91
NEW
F12
KEL
FAR
G26
AK
KWT
C7
OHM
KHZ
B16
J30
BQL
H13
LA
A14
AMH
CEL
A86
F10
C14
JE
A63
DU
ARE
ACR
WEB
D74
B51
L64
J24
37
L65
81
KPA
D27
91
A91
B21
G57
A11
P2
IU
A61
INQ
B18
2C
FTK
K14
L68
B61
B90
SIE
F13
KNT
K84
ATT
J25
C26
FTQ
E93
F78
The electrostatic system of units is a system of units used to measure electrical quantities of electric charge, current, and voltage, within the centimeter gram second (or "CGS") metric system of units. In electrostatic units, electrical charge is defined via the force it exerts on other charges.
H46
D43
HAR
M15
4C
C63
FAH
CUR
89
4U
C41
INK
HUR
MHZ
AMP
GRM
ATM
UA
E96
HM