What is kg?

  • (noun): One thousand grams; the basic unit of mass adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites.
    Synonyms: kilogram, kilo

Some articles on kg:

Railgun - Applications - As Weapons - Tests
... that used projectile with a mass of 0.7 kg and achieved speeds of 3,000 m/s, and with a mass of 1.1 kg reached speeds of 2,400 m/s. 9 MJ is enough energy to deliver 2 kg of projectile at 3 km/s–at that velocity a rod of tungsten or another dense metal could easily penetrate a tank, and potentially pass ... States Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division demonstrated an 8 MJ railgun firing 3.2 kg projectiles in October 2006 as a prototype of a 64 MJ weapon to be deployed aboard ...
Kawasaki Ki-61 - Design and Development
... Ho-103 was a light weapon for its caliber (around 23 kg/51 lb) and fired a light shell, but this was compensated for by its rapid rate of fire ... dive performance, the wing loading of 146.3 kg/m² (30 lb/ft²) at an all-up weight of 2,950 kg (6,500 lb) was viewed with scepticism by many of the senior officers of the Koku Hombu, who still believed in the light ... DB-601 engine required precise and sophisticated manufacturing the Ha-40 was lighter by roughly 30 kg (70 lb) and required even higher manufacturing standards ...
Focke-Wulf Fw 190 - Ground Attack Variants - Fw 190 G
... were removed, the Fw 190 G-1 (as it was now called) could carry a 250 kg (550 lb) or 500 kg (1,100 lb) bomb on the centreline and, via an ETC 250 rack, up to a 250 kg (550 lb) bomb ... Some Gs were field modified to carry 1,000 kg (2,210 lb), 1,600 kg (3,530 lb) and 1,800 kg (3,970 b) bombs ...
Yurik Vardanyan - Biography
... In 1978, Vardanyan moved up to the light heavyweight division (82.5 kg) ... medalist Péter Baczakó of Hungary by 25 kg in the total in a dominant proformence ... that year, leaving the world record in the total at 390 kg ...
1944 In Aviation - Events - September
... an F4U as a civilian consultant with United Aircraft, dropping one 2,000-lb (907-kg) and two 1,000-pound (454-kg) bombs on Japanese positions in the Marshall Islands ... German battleship Tirpitz in Altenfjord, Norway, with 12,000-lb (5,443-kg) "Tallboy" bombs ...