The atmospheric pressure at that place and at that time.
Atmospheric pressure.. maybe
In Star wars they use the lightning force.
The particles of gas press on Earth's surface and on everything they surround. The force put on a given area by the weight if the area above it is called air pressure or atmospheric pressure.
What do you mean "... based on"? The athmosperic pressure is "weight of air" and it can be measured. Strikly speaking: "force per unit area exerted against a surface by the weight of air above that surface at any given point" (wikipedia) Ap could be given in force/area units for example lb/sq ft, kg/sq meter etc.
Pressure = force / area, but > Force (weight) of water = mass * acceleration > Select a depth, choose an area the weight of water is acting on ( say 1 square inch ) calculate the force (weight) of the water column above that area (in pounds) Divide force by area = pressure (pounds per square inch (psi)) Dont forget to add atmospheric pressure (psi) to the answer.
The amount of force exerted on a given area is just the amount of force.When it's divided by the area, however, the result is the pressure on that area.
Pressure = force / area
The deeper you go, the greater the weight of the masses of Earth above. Pressure is simply force (weight) divided by area.
If you're asking about the force on an immersed body due to the liquid, then it depends on the density of the liquid not it's mass. For a non - accelerating (inertial) frames, the pressure by the liquid on the body will be: Pressure = (Density)(Height of liquid column above the body)(acceleration due to gravity) Force = (Pressure)(Area of top surface of immersed body) NOTE: The liquid will also exert buoyant force, which isn't discussed here. This is only the force due to column of liquid above the body. In case you're asking about the force on the liquid by the atmosphere, then obviously it has nothing to do with the weight of the liquid. In this case: Force = (Atmospheric Pressure)(Area of surface open to atmosphere) if you want losing weight with pleasure contact me linktr. ee/Veerr32 ( the space)
Pressure. It is measured as a given force applied over a given area.
For a very basic explanation, pressure is the amount of force in any given area. Hydrostatic pressure, or fluid pressure, is the amount of force exuded at equilibrium due to gravity. So at any given point in a fluid, the pressure is equal to the weight of the fluid above it as well as the depth below it.
That is what we call as the pressure exerted by the atomosphere.
pressure is force divided by area, so the greater the area the less the pressure for a given force
P = F/A, so Area = Force/Pressure
for a given weight (force), reducing the contact area ie thinner strap, increases the pressure proportionally pressure (pascals) = force (newtons)/ contact area (m^2) half the area = twice the pressure weight of bag * 9.81 = downward force in newtons
The Amount Of Force
Atmospheric pressure is the force per unit area exerted on a surface by the weight of air above that surface in the atmosphere of Earth.
no it is not.
is the force exerted on a given area
Pressure on a given area is directly proportional to total force over that area.
This would be the total force. The force exerted on unit area is the air pressure.