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Meaning of E in Mass

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    Posted: 22.Aug.2017 at 07:19
Can any one explain the what does 'E' denotes in Mass. Attached pic.


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Hello mozkhan, your units are grams and millimetres so :
E+04 = 10000 , E+07 = 10000000
Mass 8.508E+04 g means : 8.508 x 10000 = 85'080 g = 85.08 tons
Volume 1.084E+07 mm^3 means : 1.084 x 10000000 = 10'840'000 mm^3 = 0.010'84 m^3
I don't know if Fusion 360 is like AutoCAD but if you display less zero after the comma in your units you will get direct numbers like : 1000 and not 1E+03.
 


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Thanks Philips
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Thanks Philippe
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OK mozkhan :
Volume 1.084E+07 mm^3 = 10'840'000 mm^3 # 0.01084 m^3 x 8000 kg/m^3 = 86.72 kg
Is that OK ?
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Yes. Thanks for explaining in detail.
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