200 psi is a measurement of pressure. Pounds per square inch is what it stands for. Picture a square in then picture 200 pounds pushing on that (and every other) square inch. 200 psi is fairly high pressure. As an example, a car tire is ususally 32 psi.
The lb (Pound) is a unit of mass (sometimes called weight) and the psi (pounds per square inch) is a unit of pressure. I take it that you need to calculate the pressure of a number of pounds on a certain surface. You may find the suggested web site helpful. You can't convert pounds to pounds per square inch (psi). One is force and one is pressure. If you know the area over which the force is spread, then you can divide the force by the area and get pounds per square inch (psi).
Multiply psi x 0.07 to get atmospheres.
1 psi = 6.89476 kPa (rounded) 1 kPa = 0.14504 psi (rounded) 1 mPa = 1,000 kPa
un mega pascal a cuantos psi equivale
30 inches of mercury = 14.73 psi (1 inch of mercury = 0.491 psi So, 30 x 0.491 = 14.73).
There is no paintball gun that runs on only 200 psi.
Yes pressure is pressure
200 kPa (kilopascals) = 29.01 psi
About 86.7psi at 200 feet.
depends on the pipe like if its copper its rated at 300 psi 200 degree F pvc is rated at 200 psi schedule 40 if its black poly it would be 200 psi most all pipes have it on the side of the pipe ,pressure and degrees.
Depends on the place your located on the planet as some places have as little as 8 PSI and other almost 200 PSI
200 TO 400
According to the Virago XV250R manual, up to 90 kg load, it's: 175 kPa (25 psi) front; 200 kPa (29 psi) rear. 90 kg and above: 200 kPa (29 psi) front; 225 kPa (32 psi) rear.
What is the minimum amount of PSI you can have in your oxygen tank before you need to exchange tanks