The current units for strength values are not common for engineers.
In the real world N/mm² is used instead.
1 N/mm^2 = 1 MPa
Yes (at least all the values in the list are pressure units), but N/mm² is commonly used.
Just to clarify, this would be the same as selecting MPa, except when we had places reporting the units it would use the string 'N/mm^2' instead?
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