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Dimensions of Chinese Paper Sizes | D0, D1, D2, D3 etc.

Dimensions of Chinese Paper Sizes | D0, D1, D2, D3 etc. Paper size
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Chinese Paper Sizes

 

Chinese Paper Sizes

 

 

FormatWidth × Height (in)Width × Height (mm)
D030.1 x 41.9 in764 x 1064 mm
D120.9 x 29.9 in532 x 760 mm
D215 x 20.8 in380 x 528 mm
D310.4 x 14.8 in264 x 376 mm
D47.4 x 10.2 in188 x 260 mm
D55.1 x 7.2 in130 x 184 mm
D63.6 x 5 in92 x 126 mm
RD031 x 43 in787 x 1092 mm
RD121.5 x 31 in546 x 787 mm
RD215.5 x 21.5 in393 x 546 mm
RD310.7 x 15.5 in273 x 393 mm
RD47.7 x 10.7 in196 x 273 mm
RD55.4 x 7.7 in136 x 196 mm
RD63.9 x 5.4 in98 x 136 mm

 

 

The Chinese standard GB/T 148-1997, which replaced GB 148-1989, documents the standard ISO series, A and B, but adds a custom D series. This Chinese format originates from the Republic of China (1912–49). The D series is not identical to the Swedish D series. It does not strictly follow the same principles as ISO paper sizes: The aspect ratio is only very roughly √2. The short side of a size is always 4 mm longer than the long side of the next smaller size. The long side of a size is always exactly – i.e. without further rounding – twice as long as the short side of the next smaller size.

 

 

 

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