# How to install a staff gauge

Contents

- 1 How do you use staff gauges?
- 2 What is staff gauge?
- 3 How do river gauges work?
- 4 How do you read gauges?
- 5 What is the formula for gauge pressure?
- 6 How do you read a kg kg2 pressure gauge?
- 7 What unit is kgf cm?
- 8 How many bars is 1 kg?
- 9 How do you convert kg to CM?
- 10 How much is 1m3 in KG?
- 11 How many cm are in me?
- 12 How many kg is 5 feet?
- 13 What should my weight be for my age and height?
- 14 What height is 5 foot 9 in CM?
- 15 What is my weight in kg?
- 16 How can I calculate weight?
- 17 How do I calculate net weight?
- 18 Why kg is used for weight?

## How do you use staff gauges?

A

**staff gauge**is like a big ruler that is used to measure water level. Feet and tenths of feet are labeled numerically and marked with longer hash lines. Between the tenths are 4 hash lines used for measuring hundredths of a foot. The top of the hash is one hundredth and the bottom of the hash is another.## What is staff gauge?

A

**Staff Gauge**is a measuring tool, similar to a tape measure, used to provide a visual indication of the depth of water (typically in a river, flume, or weir). The level (or flow rate) on a**staff gauge**is indicated by graduated black bars.## How do river gauges work?

A man

**gages**a stream by measuring water velocity (using a current meter) and water depth at several points along a cross-section of a stream channel. The height of water in the stream channel, known as a stage or**gage**height, can be used to determine the dischage in a stream.## How do you read gauges?

## What is the formula for gauge pressure?

**Gage pressure**is indicated by p

_{g}, and is related to absolute

**pressure**as follows: p

_{g}= p – p

_{a}, where p

_{a}is the local atmospheric

**pressure**. Example: A car tire

**gauge**measures a tire

**pressure**of 32.0 psi. The local atmospheric

**pressure**is 14.2 psi.

## How do you read a kg kg2 pressure gauge?

The calculation below shows how kilograms per square centimetre are converted into pounds per square inch by converting each into pascals (SI units for

**pressure**): 1**psi**= 6,894.76 pascals (Pa) 1**kg**/cm² = 98066.5 pascals (Pa)**psi**value x 6,894.76 Pa =**kg**/**cm2**value x 98066.5 Pa.## What unit is kgf cm?

A kilogram-force

**centimeter**(**kgf**·**cm**) is a metric**unit**of torque (also called “moment” or “moment of force”). One kilogram-force**centimeter**is equal to the torque resulting from a force of one kilogram-force applied perpendicularly to a one-**centimeter**-long moment arm.## How many bars is 1 kg?

PRESSURE CONVERSION FORMULAE:

1 BAR = 14.500 PSI | 1 KPa = 0.0100 BAR |
---|---|

1 BAR = 1.0193 KG/CM2 | 1 KPa = 0.0102 KG/CM2 |

1 PSI = 0.0690 BAR | 1 KG/CM2 = 0.9810 BAR |

1 PSI = 6.8966 KPa | 1 KG/CM2 = 14.225 PSI |

1 PSI = 0.0703 KG/CM2 | 1 KG/CM2 = 0.0098 |

## How do you convert kg to CM?

1

**kilogram**(**kg**) = 1000 cubic**centimeter**(cu**cm**).## How much is 1m3 in KG?

1 m

^{3}/ cu m = 1,000.00**kg**wt.## How many cm are in me?

1 m = 100

**cm**.## How many kg is 5 feet?

1 inch = 2.54 cm 1 pound = 453.6 g 1 foot = 12 inches = 30.48 cm 1 stone = 14 pounds = 6.35 kg

feet | inches | kg |
---|---|---|

5 | 0 | 49.9 |

5 | 1 | 50.3 |

5 | 2 | 50.8 |

5 | 3 | 51.3 |

## What should my weight be for my age and height?

Weight and height guide chart

Height | Weight | |
---|---|---|

4ft 11″ (59″) | 94 to 119 lbs. | 124 to 143 lbs. |

5ft (60″) | 97 to 123 lbs. | 128 to 148 lbs. |

5ft 1″ (61″) | 100 to 127 lbs. | 132 to 153 lbs. |

5ft 2″ (62″) | 104 to 131 lbs. | 136 to 158 lbs. |

## What height is 5 foot 9 in CM?

Answer:

**5**‘**9**is equal to 175.26**cm**.## What is my weight in kg?

Pounds to Kilograms conversion table

Pounds (lb) | Kilograms (kg) | Kilograms+Grams (kg+g) |
---|---|---|

3 lb | 1.361 kg | 1 kg 361 g |

4 lb | 1.814 kg | 1 kg 814 g |

5 lb | 2.268 kg | 2 kg 268 g |

6 lb | 2.722 kg | 2 kg 722 g |

## How can I calculate weight?

**Weight**is a measure of the force of gravity pulling down on an object. It depends on the object’s

**mass**and the acceleration due to gravity, which is 9.8 m/s

^{2}on Earth. The formula for

**calculating weight**is F = m × 9.8 m/s

^{2}, where F is the object’s

**weight**in Newtons (N) and m is the object’s

**mass**in kilograms.

## How do I calculate net weight?

The

**net weight**of an item is its total**weight**(known as the gross**weight**) minus the**weight**of any containers or packaging the item is in (known as the tare**weight**). For example, the**net weight**of a tin of flour is the total**weight**minus the**weight**of the tin.## Why kg is used for weight?

In other words, the

**weight**(force) of one**kg**is equal to one kgf, or 9.8N. Since there is no practical easy way to measure mass, in everyday life we**use**the**kilogram**as a unit of**weight**assuming that the gravitational field is fairly constant around earth.