Exapascal (EPa) is a unit of pressure in the metric system that is equal to one quintillion pascals. To convert from exapascals to other units of pressure, such as Pascals (Pa) or pounds per square inch (psi), conversion factors must be used. One exapascal is equivalent to 10^18 Pascals or 145,037,738.00787 psi. Conversely, one pascal is equal to 10^-18 EPa, and one psi is equal to 6.89476 x 10^-15 EPa.
The conversion factor between bar and Exapascal is 1 bar = 10^-13 EPa. Therefore, to convert from exapascals to bars, you can multiply the value in exapascals by 10^13. For example, 1 EPa is equal to 10^13 bar.
It is important to note that Exapascal is an extremely large unit of pressure and is rarely used in everyday applications. It is typically used in scientific or industrial contexts, such as when measuring the pressure of extremely large or complex systems.