Hydrostatic Pressure Calculator

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Input data

$$Density\ of\ fluid=1000 \ kg/m^3$$ $$Depth\ (Column Height)\ of\ Fluid = 14\ meter$$ $$External\ pressure= 1013.25\ Pascal(Pa)$$ $$Gravity= 9.807\ m/sec^2$$

Solution :

$$Hydrostatic\ Pressure (P) = 138306.35\ pascal (Pa) $$


$$p = ρ * g * h + p0$$ where
p is the hydrostatic pressure,
ρ is the density of fluid,
g is the gravitational acceleration (the average value for the Earth is g = 9.80655 m/s²),
h is the depth,
p0 is the external pressure (usually atmospheric pressure p0 = 1 atm = 1013.25 hPa).

How to to use Hydrostatic Pressure?

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What is Hydrostatic pressure?

Every molecule of a fluid is exposed to a gravitational power coordinated towards the Earth. The more profound we are, the more such particles are above us, and the higher is the liquid pressing factor (on the grounds that the acting power is more noteworthy - see our pressing factor mini-computer). On the off chance that the liquid is very still, we call it hydrostatic pressing factor. An intriguing actuality is that the estimation of hydrostatic pressing factor doesn't rely upon the size and state of the tank, however just on the profundity. Shockingly, a similar hydrostatic pressing factor will be available in the immense pool and dainty line, if they have a similar stature. 

Here is the equations of hydrostatic

Our hydrostatic pressing factor number cruncher utilizes the underneath hydrostatic pressing factor recipe: 

p = ρ * g * h + p0 


  • p is the hydrostatic pressing factor, 
  • ρ is the thickness of liquid, 
  • g is the gravitational increasing speed (the normal incentive for the Earth is g = 9.80655 m/s²), 
  • h is the profundity, 

p0 is the outside pressing factor (typically barometrical pressing factor p0 = 1 atm = 1013.25 hPa). 

The above recipe for hydrostatic pressing factor permits deciding lightness power, which was found unexpectedly by an antiquated creator - Archimedes. In the high level method of our hydrostatic pressing factor number cruncher, you can change both the gravitational quickening g and the outside pressing factor p0.

How to to use Hydrostatic Pressure?

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Here are some steps you have to follow.

So as you can see in this tool you have some text box in here where you are going to enter your value.

So enter your value in here very carefully and also double check it.

After that you have to simply click on the calculate box so that you will get the answer. And this is all you have to do.


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Q. What Is Hydrostatic Pressure?

A. Every Molecule Of A Fluid Is Exposed To A Gravitational Power Coordinated Towards The Earth