KPA

KPA may refer to:

  • Kenya Ports Authority
  • Kiln phosphoric acid, a dry process to produce phosphoric acid at high temperature in a kiln
  • Kilopascal (kPa), a unit of pressure
  • Known-plaintext attack, a method of cryptanalysis
  • Korean People's Army, the armed forces of North Korea
  • Korps Politie Aruba, the Aruba Police Force
  • The Kosovo Property Agency
  • Also refers to the Montagnard name meaning "straight".
  • Key Performance Areas

Other articles related to "kpa":

Alveolar Gas Equation - Equation
... pAO2 The alveolar partial pressure of oxygen (pO2) 107 mmHg (14.2 kPa) FIO2 The fraction of inspired gas that is oxygen (expressed as a decimal). 0.21 PATM The prevailing atmospheric pressure 760 mmHg (101 kPa) pH2O The saturated vapour pressure of water at body temperature and the prevailing ...
Weathering Steel - Properties - ASTM A 588
... has a yield strength of at least 50,000 psi (340,000 kPa), and ultimate tensile strength of 70,000 psi (480,000 kPa) for all rolled shapes and plate thicknesses up to. 4–5 in (102–127 mm) have yield strength at least 46,000 psi (320,000 kPa) and ultimate tensile strength at least 67,000 psi (460,000 kPa), and plates from 5–8 in (127–203 mm) thick have ...
Superheated Water - Effect of Pressure
... As a guide, the saturated vapour pressure at 121 °C is 200 kPa, 150 °C is 470 kPa, and 200 °C is 1,550 kPa ...
Lee-Kesler Method - Example Calculation
... For benzene with Tc = 562.12 K Pc = 4898 kPa Tb = 353.15 K ω = 0.2120 the following calculation for T=Tb results Tr = 353.15 / 562.12 = 0.628247 f(0 ... The deviation is -1.63 kPa or -1.61 % ...