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The Liquid and Total Pressure Calculator will calculate:
|The liquid (gauge) pressure exerted by a liquid on an object immersed in it is Pa|
|The total pressure exerted on an object immersed inside a liquid is Pa|
|Liquid or gauge pressure calculation|
|Pl = ρ × g × h|
Pl = × ×
|Total pressure exerted on an object immersed inside a liquid calculation|
|Ptot = ρ × g × h + Patm|
Ptot = × × +
|Liquid And Total Pressure Calculator Input Values|
|Density of liquid (ρ) kg/m3|
|Depth (h) m|
|Gravitational field strength (g) m/s2|
|Atmospheric pressure (Patm) Pa|
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