[Value of µm/s²] = [Value of dm/h/s] / 0.035999999999712
[Value of dm/h/s] = [Value of µm/s²] * 0.035999999999712
dm/h/s(decimetre per hour per second)
A decimetre per hour per second (dm/h/s) is a unit of acceleration that represents the rate of change in an object's velocity in terms of decimeters traveled per hour for every second of time that elapses. This unit is not commonly used, as the SI unit for acceleration is meters per second squared (m/s²).
To better understand this unit, we can break it down into its components:
- Decimetre (dm): 1 decimeter is equal to 0.1 meters (or 10 centimeters).
- Hour (h): 1 hour is equal to 3600 seconds (60 minutes x 60 seconds).
- Per second (s): This represents the time interval over which the velocity is changing.
So, an acceleration of 1 decimeter per hour per second (1 dm/h/s) means that for every second that passes, the object's speed is increasing at a rate of 0.1 meters (1 dm) every 3600 seconds (1 h).
µm/s²(micrometre per second squared)
The unit µm/s² (micrometre per second squared) is a derived unit of acceleration in the International System of Units (SI). It is used to express the rate of change of velocity with respect to time over a distance scale of micrometres.
One micrometre per second squared (1 µm/s²) represents an acceleration where an object's velocity changes by one micrometre per second (1 µm/s) every second. In other words, it signifies how quickly an object's velocity increases or decreases over time on a very small scale, in the order of micrometres (1 µm = 10^-6 meters).
This unit is typically used in fields such as microfluidics, micro-robotics, or any scientific research that involves the study of extremely small-scale motion and acceleration.
dm/h/s and µm/s² Conversion Mapping Table