K Kelvin; same as Celsius, only 0 Kelvin is absolute zero, so 0 degrees Celsius is 273.15 Kelvin
KEPD Kinetic energy penetrator dispenser
kevlar An aramid fibre used in high-strenght composite materials
kg Kilogramme (= 2.205 lbs)
kHz Kilohertz
KIAS Knots indicated airspeed
kitbuilt Aircraft built from prefabricated parts; usually amateur construction
KLu Koninklijke Luchtmacht; Royal Netherlands Air Force
km Kilometre (= 0.621 statue mile; 0.540 nautical mile)
km/h Kilometres per hour
kN KiloNewton (= 224.8 lbs) (force)
KrŁeger flap Flap on underside of wing leading edge; hinges forward and down from below
KTAS Knots true airspeed
kts Knots; nautical miles per hour (= 1.852 km/h; 1.151 statue miles/hour)
kV Kilovolts
KVA Kilovolt-amperes
kW Kilowatt, universal measure of power (= 1.36 hp) (SI)
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