Q: How many feet in fresh water equals one atmosphere?

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33.6 feet

For each 33 feet of depth in water the pressure increases approximately 1 atmosphere. So 100 meters is approximately 330 ft divide by 33 equals 10 atmosphere.

Roughly 72 pounds.

The volume (V) of a sphere equals 4 over 3 times 3.14 times its radius squared. One cubic foot of water equals 7.48 cubic feet. One meter equals 3.28 feet (I like working in feet instead of meters) Volume works out to be 499.234 cubic feet. 499 cubic feet times 7.49 gallons per cubic foot equals 3,734.529 gallons.

30 * 3.28 equals about 98.4 feet.

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Approx 33.8 feet.

33 feet in sea water, 34 feet in fresh water

About 10 feet of water equals 1 atmosphere or about 14.7 psi. The entire weight of the atmosphere exerts 1 atm of pressure at ground level therefore about 10 feet of water spread evenly across the face if the earth would weigh the same as all of the gases on the atmosphere.

1 atmosphere is 33.9 feet of water.

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. :-)

50 feet of water is about 1.475 atmospheres.

One atmosphere of pressure is approximately equal to the pressure exerted by a column of water that is 10 meters (33 feet) deep.

33.6 feet

About 2,200 feet.

For each 33 feet of depth in water the pressure increases approximately 1 atmosphere. So 100 meters is approximately 330 ft divide by 33 equals 10 atmosphere.

Based on the calculations in the related question (How many cubic feet of water vapor equals 1 pound?) using the Ideal Gas Law, 1 pound of water will be 27.24 cubic feet at 1 atmosphere pressure and 100Ã‚Â°C (212Ã‚Â°F).1 gallon of water is 8.3454 pounds, so at the temperature 212Ã‚Â°F and 1 atmosphere pressure, 1 gallon will generate 227.33 cubic feet.

1,578,943 (cubic feet) = 11,811,313.9 US gallons