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Gents;

i have to convert from bar to mmH2O pressure of liquid (Condensate)?

i convert from bar to mmh2O then how to convert it to the specif liquid, should i multiply by the density??

Anyone to support

thx

i have to convert from bar to mmH2O pressure of liquid (Condensate)?

i convert from bar to mmh2O then how to convert it to the specif liquid, should i multiply by the density??

Anyone to support

thx

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if i've understand, the mesured XX barg to the convertd YY mmH2O

then YYmmH2O/ (d liq/d Water)?

is it correct?

thx

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The pressure at the base of a column of liquid is related to the height of the column by the relationship (in any consistent set of units):

Pressure = fluid density x acceleration of gravity x column height

In my memory banks this is stored as "P equals rho G H". This is much easier to remember than whether you need to multiply or divide. And far more useful.

For example, to convert from 5 bar to mm of a liquid with a density of 850 kg/m

^{3}follow the following logic (assuming we are working in SI Units).5 bar is equal to 500 000 Pascal. Acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s

^{2}. Column height is thereforeH = P / (rho x G) = 500 000 / (850 x 9.81) = 59.96 metre or 59 960 mm.

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