Q: What is water pressure in bar at 10 meters?

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90 meters. Every 10 meters, the pressure increases by approximately 1 bar, to this, you have to add the atmospheric pressure, which is also approximate 1 bar.

1 Pa = 1 N/m2 = 10−5 bar = 10.197×10−6 at = 9.8692×10−6 atm,

The water pressure depends only on the depth, not on the size or shape of the vessel. The pressure increases at about 1 atmosphere (or bar) every 10 meters.

If you mean in the ocean, approximately every 10 meters pressure increases by 1 bar. Assuming you want absolute pressure, at the surface you already have a pressure of approximately 1 bar - the atmospheric pressure. You can base your calculations on that.

10 meters of water depth equals about 1 atmosphere.

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90 meters. Every 10 meters, the pressure increases by approximately 1 bar, to this, you have to add the atmospheric pressure, which is also approximate 1 bar.

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).

In water, every 10 meters you go down, the pressure increases by 1 bar, approximately. To this you must add the air pressure, which is also approximately 1 bar (depending on whether you want gauge pressure or absolute pressure).

1 Pa = 1 N/m2 = 10−5 bar = 10.197×10−6 at = 9.8692×10−6 atm,

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.

Air pressure (at sea level) is about 1 bar; every 10 meters below the water surface, pressure increases by about 1 bar - that gives a total of 1 + 0.4 = 1.4 bar. (1 bar is about 1 atmosphere.)

The water pressure depends only on the depth, not on the size or shape of the vessel. The pressure increases at about 1 atmosphere (or bar) every 10 meters.

If you mean in the ocean, approximately every 10 meters pressure increases by 1 bar. Assuming you want absolute pressure, at the surface you already have a pressure of approximately 1 bar - the atmospheric pressure. You can base your calculations on that.

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. :-)

10 meters of water depth equals about 1 atmosphere.

Every 10 meters you go down, the pressure increases by approximately 1 atmosphere or 1 bar.

Every 10 meters you go down, the pressure increases by about 1 bar. You must also consider the air pressure, which is about 1 bar. You can base your calculations on that.