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One foot of water at 4 degrees Celsius is equivalent to 816.2 feet of air at 15 degrees C.

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You can convert between different units of pressure, if that's what you mean.

The psi pressure rating is good for any fluid. The fluid may be water or compressed air. -Destroyer of Babylon

If you have the air flow velocity and pressure drop for at least three points, plot the pressure as a function of the velocity; P=av2+bv. Use the trendline plotting function in Excel to get the two constants or solve the simultaneous equations for two of the points. Then convert the constant "a" from air to water by multiplying by the ratio of the water density to the air density, which is around "834". Convert the constant "B" by multiplying by the ratio of the dynamic viscosity of water to air, which is around "52". The equation will generate the pressure "P" and velocity values "v" that would occur if the fluid were water instead of air.

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Air pressure and water pressure are both considered fluids. Air is compressible and determined by containment; water is determined by the depth.

In a well system, water is propelled by air pressure.

Add air pressure.

Water Pressure is higher because of it's molecular weight as compared to air.

Think of it this way, if you had a plastic bottle filled with water and you poked a hole in the side, would water squirt out or would air squirt in? If air squirted in, then the air pressure would have to be higher. But since we know that the water would squirt out, we know that the water's pressure must be stronger. Of course, this is under normal conditions. If you pumped the air pressure up enough, then the air pressure may become stronger than standard water pressure. So actually, water pressure is generally stronger than air pressure.

The pressure in an air pocket would have to be equal to the pressure of the surrounding water, and would be equal to the weight of a column of water at that depth.

I'm sorry, but your question is so poorly crafted, it's very hard to interpret. Are you asking what device could be used to measure water pressure and depth? Or are you looking for a way to convert feet of air to feet or inches of water? One foot of water (at 4 degrees Celsius) is equivalent to 816.2 feet of air (at 15 degrees C).

High water pressure.

To convert water to vapor, the volume increases significantly; the water thus has to push against the air pressure.

Increase air pressure.

This effect is caused by the partial pressure of the water vapour in the air. The more humid the air, the more water vapour it contains and thus it has a higher partial pressure. This pressure tends to prevent water from evaporating. When the air is completely dry, there is no partial pressure from any water vapour and water will evaporate more quickly. The partial pressure of the water vapour plus the partial pressures of the other gases in the air all add up to create the total pressure of the air. It follows that water will evaporate more slowly when the total air pressure is high and evaporate more quickly when the total air pressure is low.

Yes. The process is similar to any of these other ones:-- Convert the emptiness inside a plastic bottle into hydraulic pressure,by pumping water into it.-- Convert silence into cacophony by means of a klaxon, two tubas, anda firecracker.-- Convert ice into boiling water by means of added heat.

It decreases. Air pressure is simply the pressure of all the other air on top of it. As you increase in elevation, there is less air on top of you. Therefore, the air pressure is less. As your altitude decreases, there is more air on top of you, therefore, the air pressure increases. Same with water. As you descend, water pressure increases. More on top of you.

The major difference in air pressure and water pressure is the weight. Water is a lot heavier than air. One cubic foot of air weighs 1/12 of a pound. One cubic foot of water weights approximately 64 pounds.

Air pressure becomes lower as water molecules are added to the air because water molecules have less weight.

Air exerts pressure in the same way that water exerts pressure on a diver. Air has weight, and because we are at the bottom of a blanket of air that surrounds the earth, the weight of that air is pressing down on us (creating pressure). If you go under water, you'll feel the additional pressure created by the weight of the water above you.

Air exerts pressure in the same way that water exerts pressure on a diver. Air has weight, and because we are at the bottom of a blanket of air that surrounds the earth, the weight of that air is pressing down on us (creating pressure). If you go under water, you'll feel the additional pressure created by the weight of the water above you.

Due to pressure in the air surrounding the water. The higher the altitude of the water is, the less pressure is acting on the water from the surrounding air.

water is more dense than air and it has atmospheric pressure also pushing down on it to make it have greater pressure than air.

Initially, a minimum of 5.2 bar is needed to convert air to liquid under pressure. This pressure is for the initial process. For the final process, less than 1.7 bar is needed.

If you mean a well tank, the water is forced in by the pump. The residual air pressure pushes the water out to the faucets.