Q: How much is 10 feet of water head in bar?

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You get a pressure of about 1 atmosphere (or bar) for every 10 meters.Note:The pressure has nothing to do with the volume of water behind it.It only depends on the depth or head.1 meter = 9,794.7 pa35 meters = 342.815 kpa35 meters = 114.83 feet = 49.72 psiThese figures are only for water in the tank.

1000 m. of pure water = 100 bar plus atmospheric pressure at say 1 bar = 101 bar. Seawater will be more because the density is higher.

It's a unit of pressure. 1 bar = 14psi (pounds per square inch). Every 6 feet underwater you go, The pressure increases by 1 bar. Therefore - if your watch has (for example) 2 bar written on it, it's capable of taking the water pressure at a depth of 12 feet.

10m (10,000 mm) of water column is about 0.98 bar (P=density*specific gravity*height=1000*9.8*10) 5000 mm WC is 0.49 bar then.

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One Bar is 10.2 Meters of fresh water or 9.0 meters of saltwater. it is 204 meters for fresh water. and 180 meters in salt water. :-)

1 bar = 10 metres of water head - so 0.2 bar = 2 metres.

1m head of water is equivalent to 9.81kn/m2 or 9.81 kpa. 1 bar = 98.1kpa (approx 100) so 1m head = 0.1 bar, 10m head = 1 bar and so on.

"Bar is the unit of pressure and feet is the unit of length." While this is true, a bar in terms of pressure is 1 bar at sea level. If you go under water 33 feet, it's another bar, so you'd be feeling 2 bars or atmospheres and so on. You'll see some watch ratings in terms of meters, feet, bars, or atmospheres (atm).

You get a pressure of about 1 atmosphere (or bar) for every 10 meters.Note:The pressure has nothing to do with the volume of water behind it.It only depends on the depth or head.1 meter = 9,794.7 pa35 meters = 342.815 kpa35 meters = 114.83 feet = 49.72 psiThese figures are only for water in the tank.

1 Bar represents one atmosphere of air pressure. 10 Bar is approximately equal to 100 Meters of water depth. 1 meter = 3.28083989501 feet. It follows that 100 meters = 328.083989501 feet. Therefore, 10 Bar is approximately equal to the expected pressure at 328.083989501 feet of water depth (not sea level).

239 meters or 784 feet.

There is a pressure difference in the building only if the system referred to is NOT a closed system. In a closed, pressurized pipe system the pressure is the same throughout. If open, assuming 3 stories x 10 feet/story, one would add the pressure equivalent to 30 feet of water head.

The recommended water pressure is 0.5 to 1 bar

20 bar of pressure is about 200 ft.

10.332 metres.