What does water pressure mean?
Water pressure refers to the pressure of water in a system. In a home it will be 30-50 psi typically and this is governed by the municipal pressure or by a well tank.
Bad pipes. Read More
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. Read More
If you are on a well it means you have a problem in the pressure tank. On city water means pressure in general is down, or your PRV is failing. Read More
What pressure per square inch water is. -In a typical home on city water you have a PRV set to 50-70 psi Read More
If you mean to ask if cold bodies of water are associated with high or low atmospheric pressure, they aren't. Atmospheric pressure can change independently of the temperature of bodies of water. Read More
You have well water you have an iron filter and water softener with very low water pressure it was ok before now it is bad where to look and start?
What do you mean by bad? Bad water pressure? Bad water? Read More
You can convert between different units of pressure, if that's what you mean. Read More
Water, like any fluid, flows from where its pressure is higher to where its lower. Read More
The cold water inlet valve to the water heater is closed. Read More
An indication of the test pressure in terms of water depth does not mean a water, Read More
The boiling point of water (at standard pressure) is 100 deg C. The mean air pressure in Dehli depends mainly on its altitude and on the weather circumstances: high or low pressure area. Read More
I'm not sure what you mean, but if your mean what is the pressure at the bottom of a 100 foot high pipe filled with water, it's 43.3 psi Read More
This suggests that the dreamer needs to "clear" the head, to get rid of pressure, as when sinus pressure makes it difficult to think "clearly." Read More
Can you be specific? If you mean a garden hose, then basically water is let into the hose and pressure forces the water out. Read More
This suggests the dreamer's desire for supernatural powers. Controling water could relate to pressure in the bladder. That pressure might trigger dreams of the need to control water. Read More
Which one of the following is an accurate description of pressure exerted by a water column measured in feet of water or inches of water is it density or head of water or pressure your opinions please?
mean and dirty a one foot column of water will produce 1/2 psig head Read More
For the concept of vapour pressure and boiling. Vapour pressure of water is depend on temperature. At 100 oC, vapour pressure of water will be at the same as atmospheric pressure so it boil. Salt, is in solid state and virtually had no vapour pressure. Presence of salt mean the vapour pressure is diluted. For such solution to have vapour pressure of atmosphere, it require increase of Temperature from normal boiling point. Read More
when water vapour condenses and forms clouds whichthen produces an air pressure which produces precipitation like a water cycle. Read More
Oil Can? Oil pressure low? Read More
Well, actually that would be 32 degrees if you mean ice... Read More
This is all thanks to Air pressure and water pressure. Lets say that you are drinking water from a glass with the help of a straw. When you suck at the straw, you are essentially drawing air out of the straw. This decreases air pressure which was in the straw right above the level of the water. In the mean time the air pressure around your glass of water is constantly pushing the drink level… Read More
30.77 psg means the medium (air, water, ...) pressure is 30.77 pound per square inch above atmospheric pressure. Read More
Possibly related to a water pressure issue, like hammering. what do you mean like hammering? Read More
Water leaving the plant's leaves creates a pressure gradient whereby it sucks in water from the ground. Read More
What happens when the external pressure exerted on the liquid water and the vapor pressure of the water are equal?
When vapor pressure equals external pressure the water boils Read More
500g = 500ml of water, since 1L of water weighs 1kg at normal atmospheric pressure at mean sea level Read More
I assume you mean "affect". Water density can be affected by impurities. Assuming the water is pure, it can be affected by temperature, pressure, and isotopic composition. Read More
The Dead Sea is below mean sea level for the earth; therefore, the pressure at the Dead Sea would be greater than at mean sea level and the boiling point of water would be above 100C. Read More
I will be astonished if you show me a river at 100 degrees Celsius in which the water is not actually boiling, let alone evaporating. Perhaps you mean: why does water in rivers evaporate at temperatures below 100 degrees Celsius. To which the answer is: water has a finite vapor pressure at every temperature; if that vapor pressure exceeds the partial pressure of water vapor in the atmosphere above the water, some of the water… Read More
Pressure is the same whether hot or cold. Read More
What does it mean when water is jetting out of the back of the water pump on a 1991 Subaru Legacy is this a pressure release system does it mean the thermostat is failing?
It means that the gasket seal on the water pump is bad and you need to replace it before you drive the vehicle. Read More
The water table is the surface where the water pressure head is equal to the atmospheric pressure (where gauge pressure = 0). Read More
Poorly asked question. Do you mean steam pressure? Do you mean internal pressure? Do you mean pressure at the headspace? Read More
High water pressure. Read More
Air pressure and water pressure are both considered fluids. Air is compressible and determined by containment; water is determined by the depth. Read More
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Water is effectively an incompressible substance, so pressure does not affect its' volume. However, its boiling and freezing points are directly related to the external pressure. Water boils when its vapor pressure is equal to the external pressure (or the atmospheric pressure if it is contained in some uncovered pot). Greater external pressure requires higher temperature for water so as to have that value of vapor pressure for it to boil. This is how pressure… Read More
You question is not clear, but I think you mean to ask how deep in water is a pressure of 20 Bars. A bar is one atmosphere pressure which is about 10 meters of water depth. Since water is incompressible, the relationship is linear. 20 Bars is 200 meters depth. Read More
It is the operation of machinery created by putting water, oil, or some other liquid under pressure. Read More
Do you mean 5,000 meters of altitude or 5,000 m depth (pressure?) Read More
Water pressure increases as the water gets warmer. If water is cold, it doesn't provide much pressure because the molecules move slowly. Read More
No, because the low pressure would mean that the temperature of the water would be too low to cook the egg. Read More
If water doesn't go into the pressure tank you will not have water pressure. Read More
The water pressure increases. Read More
as water depth increases then so does the water pressure Read More
Water pressure works based on the difference of altitudes or height. The height of the tank determines the amount of pressure that the water supply will have. Read More
A solutions osmotic pressure differs from its hydrostatic pressure in that osmotic pressure is the force which pulls water across a membrane resulting from?
osmotic pressure is not the pressure which pulls the water , it is the other way round. It is the pressure with which the water molecule travel across the semi-permeable membrane. Hydrostatic pressure as the name suggests is the pressure due to the "standing column of water and not due to the movement Read More