Classes

Acceleration

The rate of change of velocity with respect to time.

AddConverter

A converter adding a constant offset (approximated as a
double
)
to numeric values.

AlternateUnit

The units used in expressions to distinguish between quantities of a
different nature but of the same dimensions.

AmountOfSubstance

The number of elementary entities (molecules, for example) of a substance.

Angle

The figure formed by two lines diverging from a common point.

AngularAcceleration

The rate of change of angular velocity with respect to time.

AngularVelocity

The rate of change of angular displacement with respect to time.

Area

The extent of a planar region or of the surface of a solid measured in
square units.

BaseUnit

The building blocks on top of which all others units are created.

CatalyticActivity

A catalytic activity.

DataAmount

A measure of data amount.

DataRate

The speed of datatransmission.

DerivedUnit

The units created by combining or transforming other units.

Dimension

The dimension of a unit.

DimensionalModel

Represents the mapping between BaseUnit and Dimension.DimensionalModel

Dimensionless

A dimensionless

DurationQuantity

A period of existence or persistence.

DynamicViscosity

The dynamic viscosity.

ElectricCapacitance

An electric capacitance.

ElectricCharge

An electric charge.

ElectricConductance

An electric conductance.

ElectricCurrent

The amount of electric charge flowing past a specified circuit point per
unit time.

ElectricInductance

An electric inductance.

ElectricPotential

An electric potential or electromotive force.

ElectricResistance

An electric resistance.

Energy

The capacity of a physical system to do work.

Force

A quantity that tends to produce an acceleration of a body in the direction
of its application.

Frequency

The number of times a specified phenomenon occurs within a specified
interval.

Illuminance

An illuminance.

KinematicViscosity

The diffusion of momentum.

Length

The extent of something along its greatest dimension or the extent of space
between two objects or places.

LogConverter

A logarithmic converter.

LuminousFlux

A luminous flux.

LuminousIntensity

The luminous flux density per solid angle as measured in a given direction
relative to the emitting source.

MagneticFlux

A magnetic flux.

MagneticFluxDensity

A magnetic flux density.

Mass

The measure of the quantity of matter that a body or an object contains.

MassFlowRate

The movement of mass per time.

Measurable

The measurable, countable, or comparable property or aspect of a thing.

Measure<V>

The result of a measurement stated in a known unit.

MultiplyConverter

A converter multiplying numeric values by a constant scaling factor
(approximated as a
double
).

NonSI

Contains units that are not part of the International System of Units, that
is, they are outside the SI, but are important and widely used.

NumericMeasure

Scalar measure.

Power

The rate at which work is done.

Pressure

A force applied uniformly over a surface.

ProductUnit

Units formed by the product of rational powers of existing units.

Quantities

A type of quantitative properties or attributes of thing.

Quantity


RadiationDoseAbsorbed

The amount of energy deposited per unit of mass.

RadiationDoseEffective

The effective (or "equivalent") dose of radiation received by a human or
some other living organism.

RadioactiveActivity

A radioactive activity.

RationalConverter

A converter multiplying numeric values by an exact scaling factor
(represented as the quotient of two integers.

RationalNumber


RationalPower<T>

A rational power of a base

SI

Contains SI (Système International d'Unités) base units, and derived units.

SolidAngle

The angle formed by three or more planes intersecting at a common point.

SystemOfUnits

A system of units.

Temperature

The degree of hotness or coldness of a body or an environment.

Torque

The moment of a force.

TransformedUnit

Units derived from other units using a UnitConverter.

Unit

A determinate Quantity (as of length, time, heat, or value) adopted as a
standard of measurement.

UnitConverter

A converter of numeric values.

UnitFormat


VectorMeasure

A measurement vector of two or more dimensions.

Velocity

A distance traveled divided by the time of travel.

Volume

The amount of space occupied by a threedimensional object or region of
space, expressed in cubic units.

VolumetricDensity

A mass per unit volume of a substance under specified conditions of pressure
and temperature.

VolumetricFlowRate

The volume of fluid passing a point in a system per unit of time.
Exceptions / Errors

ConversionError

Signals that a problem of some sort has occurred either when creating a
converter between two units or during the conversion itself.