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The toughness of the silk was calculated as almost 500 megajoules per cubic metre.
85 megajoules (MJ) of ultraviolet laser light to its target.
8 megajoules of energy to its target, as compared to energy levels of about 1.
The key element is an innovative benchmarking method which combines existing in-house and external benchmarks, for instance relating to energy input per workpiece, comparing them with the company's existing manufacturing performance: Saigon TanTec's average energy input for one square metre of leather is only 33 megajoules, compared with a leather industry standard of around 52 megajoules.
6 (a) megajoules (MJ) Temperature 32 degrees Fahrenheit = 0 (a) degrees (d) ([degrees]F) Celsius ([degrees]C) 212 degrees Fahrenheit = 100 (a) degrees ([degrees]F) Celsius ([degrees]C) (a) Exact conversion.
The US Navy is looking for the electromagnetic gun to have a hitting power of around 64 megajoules of energy, which is roughly the equivalent to a freight train travelling at 96 km/h.
Researchers at the University of Texas have successfully placed 60 megajoules in inductive storage, says Zowarka.
The resulting energy target is 30 kilowatt-hours per square metre each year (108 megajoules per square metre per year) of total purchased energy consumption or only about $900 per year.