How to Determine the Pressure in MPa.?


1. Take a reading from the manometer by looking at how far the mercury extends up the sealed side. Use the numbers given on the instrument to determine mm Hg. For the purpose of this example, say the reading is 850 mm Hg. 2. Convert the reading to
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Pressure is measured in a unit called PSI. This stands for the measure of pounds per every square inch. Pressure is measured in tires and many other devices with air.
I think you mean MPa, which is Mega Pascals. Note that case is important. mPa is milli Pascals, for example, totally different. A pascal is the SI unit of pressure. 1 MPa = 145 PSI.
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