What Is 1 Bar in PSI?

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A 'bar' is the equivalent of 100000 Pascals, which is the pressure unit for the SI system; European countries use the bar unit in their industries. On the other hand, 'Psi' is an initial for pounds per square inch, which is the functional equivalent of the 'bar' in the US, where 1 bar = 14.5 psi.
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for 1 bar = 100 kpa =1,000,000 dynes as for 14.7 psi = 1 Bar. therefor , 1.8 bar times 14.7 equal to 26.46.
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1.12 bar = 16.2442266 pounds per square inch. ChaCha on!
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air pressure at 0 degrees celcius or 32 f at sea level is 14.7 pounds per square inch = 1 atmosphere=1 bar. if you want to boost your engine 1 bar you better have a lot of internal
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1 bar is equal to 14.50326 thus approximately 14.5 Psi. A bar is a measure of pressure and 14.5 psi is the average atmospheric pressure measured at sea level. 1 psi is approximately equal to 6.9 kilo Pascal.
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