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What is the metric equivalent for psi?


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Answered 2012-06-20 17:25:19

Some one wrote; kpl

Have an idea what they mean but that is not correct.

Inches needs to be converted in millibars..

We take this from the aviation world where the USA altimeter is set in inches of Mercury as in a standard day in science, 59F, 29.92 inches of mercury at sea level.

The metric altimeter would be 15C, 1013.2 millibars at sea level.

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To convert inches of mercury to millibars, multiply the inches value by 33.8637526

To convert millibars to inches of mercury, multiply the millibar value by 0.0295301.

Now you can solve for the answer. Oh the abbreviation we use of Millibars is mb.

The metric unit for pressure is pascals, One millibar is one hundred pascal.

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Answered 2020-05-07 17:01:23

10 psi = ? kpa

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