USCS  United States Customary System Units
An overview of the United States Customary System Units  Imperial Units.
USCS  United States Customary System Units  the measuring units used in the U.S. is based on the
 mile
 foot
 inch
 gallon
 second
 pound
USCS units are also called the Imperial units. Imperial or USCS units are gradually being replaced by SI units.
Commonly used USCS and SIunits
USCS unit  SI unit  SI symbol  Conversion factor (mutiply USCS unit with factor ) 

Square foot  Square meter  m^{2}  0.0929 
Cubic foot  Cubic meter  m^{3}  0.2831 
Pound per square inch  Kilopascal  kPa  6.894 
Pound force  Newton  N  4.448 
Foot pound torque  Newton meter  N·m  1.356 
Kip foot  Kilonewton meter  kN·m  1.356 
Gallon per minute  Liter per second  L/s  0.06309 
Kip per square inch  Megapascal  MPa  6.89 
 a kip is 1000 lb
More conversions:
 Convert from USCS or Imperial Units to SI Units
 Metre is the British, SI and elsewhere spelling of the unit of length equal to 100 cm. Meter is the American spelling of the same unit.
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