A DIMENSIONAL GROUP represents a specific type of measurement, and it is used to define the unit of measure derived from the BASE UNITS
For instance, an example of a DIMENSIONAL GROUP is ‘Velocity’, and its unit of measure can be derived from particular BASE UNITS entered into the equation 'Length' divided by 'Time' (m/s or meters/second).
You can examine the existing DIMENSIONAL GROUP's under the DEFAULT UNITS sub-branch for examples of its use.
|Base Unit:||Name of new BASE UNIT created|
|Mass Exponent:||Exponent on Mass term in deriving BASE UNIT|
|Length Exponent:||Exponent on Length term in deriving BASE UNIT|
|Time Exponent:||Exponent on Time term in deriving BASE UNIT|
|Angle Exponent:||Exponent on Angle term in deriving BASE UNIT|
|Temperature Exponent:||Exponent on Temperature term in deriving BASE UNIT|
|Base Unit Visible:||Select whether Users can see and use BASE UNIT (default→TRUE, FALSE)|