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Source code changes of the file "lib/udunits2-common.xml" between
udunits-2.2.26.tar.gz and udunits-2.2.28.tar.gz

About: UDUNITS supports units of physical quantities. Its C library provides for arithmetic manipulation of units and for conversion of numeric values between compatible units.

udunits2-common.xml  (udunits-2.2.26):udunits2-common.xml  (udunits-2.2.28)
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<aliases> <aliases>
<name> <singular>sidereal_minute</singular> </name> <name> <singular>sidereal_minute</singular> </name>
</aliases> </aliases>
<definition>unit of time equal to 1/60 sidereal hour</definition> <definition>unit of time equal to 1/60 sidereal hour</definition>
</unit> </unit>
<unit> <unit>
<def>0.9972696 s</def> <def>0.9972696 s</def>
<aliases> <aliases>
<name> <singular>sidereal_second</singular> </name> <name> <singular>sidereal_second</singular> </name>
</aliases> </aliases>
<definition>unit of time equal to 1/60 sidereal second</definition> <definition>unit of time equal to 1/60 sidereal minute</definition>
</unit> </unit>
<unit> <unit>
<def>3.155815e7 s</def> <def>3.155815e7 s</def>
<aliases> <aliases>
<name> <singular>sidereal_year</singular> </name> <name> <singular>sidereal_year</singular> </name>
</aliases> </aliases>
<definition>unit of time for the earth to make one complete revoluti on around the sun, relative to the fixed stars</definition> <definition>unit of time for the earth to make one complete revoluti on around the sun, relative to the fixed stars</definition>
</unit> </unit>
<unit> <unit>
<def>3.15569259747e7 s</def> <def>3.15569259747e7 s</def>
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<definition>unit of power describing the heat-extraction capacity of cooling equipment; defined as the heat absorbed by melting 1 short ton of pure ice at 0 degrees C in 24 hours</definition> <definition>unit of power describing the heat-extraction capacity of cooling equipment; defined as the heat absorbed by melting 1 short ton of pure ice at 0 degrees C in 24 hours</definition>
</unit> </unit>
<unit> <unit>
<def>lg(re 1 W)</def> <def>lg(re 1 W)</def>
<aliases> <symbol>BW</symbol> </aliases> <aliases> <symbol>BW</symbol> </aliases>
<definition>unit of power in decibel scale, referenced to 1 watt; th e power in bel-watts is equal to 100 times the base 10 logarithm of the power in watts (making decibel-watt, the more common term, 10 times the base 10 log of t he power in watts)</definition> <definition>unit of power in decibel scale, referenced to 1 watt; th e power in bel-watts is equal to 100 times the base 10 logarithm of the power in watts (making decibel-watt, the more common term, 10 times the base 10 log of t he power in watts)</definition>
</unit> </unit>
<unit> <unit>
<def>lg(re 1 mW)</def> <def>lg(re 1 mW)</def>
<aliases> <symbol>Bm</symbol> </aliases> <aliases> <symbol>Bm</symbol> </aliases>
<definition>unit of power in decibel scale, referenced to 1 milliwat t; the power in bel-milliwatts is equal to 100 times the base 10 logarithm of th e power in milliwatts (making decibel-milliwatt, the more common term, 10 times the base 10 log of the power in watts)</definition> <definition>unit of power in decibel scale, referenced to 1 milliwat t; the power in bel-milliwatts is equal to 100 times the base 10 logarithm of th e power in milliwatts (making decibel-milliwatt, the more common term, 10 times the base 10 log of the power in milliwatts)</definition>
</unit> </unit>
<!-- Heat --> <!-- Heat -->
<unit> <unit>
<def>1.55e-1 K.m^2/W</def> <def>1.55e-1 K.m^2/W</def>
<aliases> <name> <singular>clo</singular> </name> </aliases> <aliases> <name> <singular>clo</singular> </name> </aliases>
<definition>unit of thermal resistance used in describing the insula ting value of clothing; the amount of thermal resistance needed to maintain in c omfort a resting subject in a normally ventilated room (air movement 10 cm/sec) at a temperature of 20 degrees C and a humidity less than 50%</definition> <definition>unit of thermal resistance used in describing the insula ting value of clothing; the amount of thermal resistance needed to maintain in c omfort a resting subject in a normally ventilated room (air movement 10 cm/sec) at a temperature of 20 degrees C and a humidity less than 50%</definition>
</unit> </unit>
<!-- Electricity and Magnetism --> <!-- Electricity and Magnetism -->
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