Inches of Mercury. It is so named because it originates from a certain pressure measurement tool that includes a column of liquid mercury.
If the atmospheric pressure is 29.4 inches of mercury the corresponding inches of mercury is: 880.
If the air pressure is 30 inches how many millibars of air pressure are there?
Air pressure of 29.65 inches of mercury is equivalent to:0.991 atmospheres14.6 psi403 inches of water
10 inches of water column equals to how much gas pressure?
1 micron is equal to approximately 0.0000003937007874015748031496062992126 inches.
Anything from 0 inches to 45 inches would satisfy the stated dimensions.
Pressure is often measured in inches of mercury when describing barometric pressure in weather reports. This term is also known as "inches of mercury vacuum".
57 psi = 116.1 inches of mercury.
psi. pressure per unit of square inches.
if the units you're looking for are atmospheres (ATMs), divide your pressure by atmospheric pressure. In this case, that would be 406.8 inches of H20.
The pressure is measured in inches of mercury.The SI unit is pascal (Pa) equal to 1 N/m2.
by a barometer
inches of mercury
negative pressure is measured in negative inches of mercury
29.4 inches of mercury = ~746.67 mm of mercury.
means peer pressure
wrong units you cant convert mls to inches unless you taking about volume in which case you need to of stated cubic inches. in that cas it is 8.421277