Q: How do you work out what 300mm square is?

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0.6 x 0.3 = 0.18 square metres 5/0.18 = 27.78 tiles, or 28 if being practical

3 cm.

32cm

The volume of a 300mm diameter by 600mm deep cylinder is: 42,412,000 mm3

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300mm is 9.72 x 10-18 parsecs.

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300mm is a very low head, you can't expect much flow through that pipe, but you can work it out from the mechanical energy balance equation.

0.6 x 0.3 = 0.18 square metres 5/0.18 = 27.78 tiles, or 28 if being practical

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A dead zone in a sensor is the point where a sensor will not work. Ultrasonc sensors and specific optical sensors for example have measurement or detection ranges quoted as 30mm-300mm sensing. This means the sensor will not operate from 1-29mm or over 300mm.

30cm

..about 300mm

30cm = 300mm

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