# Free Online Convert Between Standard Atmosphere (atm) & Pascal (pa)

## Convert from pa to atm

Convert between Standard Atmosphere (atm) and Pascal (pa) instantly with our free online unit calculator. You can easily convert both atm to pa and pa to atm with just a few clicks. To switch between the two conversions, simply use the swap icon (rotating arrows). If you need to start over, you can reset the values by clicking the reset button.

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Result: Standard Atmosphere = Pascal

i.e. atm = pa

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### What does Standard Atmosphere mean?

Standard Atmosphere is used as a unit of pressure.

Definition

Standard Atmosphere is defined as the pressure exerted by 760 mm of mercury at standard gravity and 0 °C temperature. It is approximately equal to the average atmospheric pressure at the sea level of Earth.

1 atm ≡ 101,325 Pa i.e. 1 Standard Atmosphere is equal to 101,325 Pascal

1 atm ≡ 1.01325 bar i.e. 1 Standard Atmosphere is equal to 1.01325 Bar

1 atm ≡ 760 Torr i.e. 1 Standard Atmosphere is equal to 760 Torr

1 atm ≡ 14.695 9 psi  i.e. 1 Standard Atmosphere is equal to 14.6959 Pound per square inch

In this unit converter website, we have converter from Standard Atmosphere (atm) to some other Pressure unit.

### What does Pascal mean?

Pascal (Pa) is the basic unit of pressure in the International System of Units (SI). It is named after the French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher Blaise Pascal. The unit is defined as the force of one Newton per square meter.

Pressure is defined as the force applied per unit area, and it is an important physical quantity in many fields, including fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, and materials science. Pascal is used to measuring pressure in a wide range of applications, including atmospheric pressure, blood pressure, and industrial processes.

The SI unit system provides a standardized method of measuring physical quantities, and Pascal is the preferred unit of pressure in the system. Other commonly used units of pressure include pounds per square inch (psi), bar, and atmosphere (atm).

The conversion factor between Pascal and psi is 1 Pa = 0.0001450377 psi, and the conversion factor between Pascal and bar is 1 Pa = 0.00001 bar. Thus, 10 GPa is equivalent to 1,450,377.38 psi and 1000 bar.

In addition to being used to measure pressure, Pascal is also used to express stress and tensile strength. For example, the yield strength of many metals is expressed in units of Pascal.

In conclusion, Pascal is a fundamental unit of pressure and an essential tool for measuring pressure in a wide range of applications. It is part of the SI unit system and is commonly used in scientific and industrial settings. Understanding Pascal and its conversions to other units of pressure is essential for anyone working with pressure measurements.

In this unit converter website, we have converter from Pascal (pa) to some other Pressure unit.

### What does Pressure mean?

Pressure is a kind of force. In the language of physics, a force is an object that changes or tries to change its state by acting on it or that changes or tries to change its motion by acting on a moving object.

For example, if someone pushes against a wall, the force is applied whether it changes its position or not. This effort is called force. On the other hand, the force exerted on a single area is called pressure.

This means that if we apply a force in a single case, it will be a force.

Pressure = (force ÷ area)

As an example, it is easy to take a photo with a pin because the area is less. Again, more pressure is required in the area.

The Unit of Pressure

Pressure scalar quantity, because it has value but has no direction. The SI unit of pressure is Pascal, which is equal to Newton per square meter (N/m²). Since an object or group of objects under pressure can act on its surroundings, the pressure is also measured as static energy in a single volume. It is related to the density of energy and can be expressed in joules unit per cubic meter (joules/m³, which is equal to Pascal). To make this concept precise, we use the idea of pressure. The pressure is defined to be the amount of force exerted per area.

Thanks for reading this article! Hopefully, it helps you understand what pressure is and how we measure the pressure of an object.

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### How to convert Standard Atmosphere to Pascal : Detailed Description

Standard Atmosphere (atm) and Pascal (pa) are both units of Pressure. On this page, we provide a handy tool for converting between atm and pa. To perform the conversion from atm to pa, follow these two simple steps:

Steps to solve

Have you ever needed to or wanted to convert Standard Atmosphere to Pascal for anything? It's not hard at all:

Step 1

• Find out how many Pascal are in one Standard Atmosphere. The conversion factor is 101325.0 pa per atm.

Step 2

• Let's illustrate with an example. If you want to convert 10 Standard Atmosphere to Pascal, follow this formula: 10 atm x 101325.0 pa per atm = pa. So, 10 atm is equal to pa.
• To convert any atm measurement to pa, use this formula: atm = pa x 101325.0. The Pressure in Standard Atmosphere is equal to the Pascal multiplied by 101325.0. With these simple steps, you can easily and accurately convert Pressure measurements between atm and pa using our tool at Pyron Converter.

FAQ regarding the conversion between atm and pa

Question: How many Pascal are there in 1 Standard Atmosphere ?

Answer: There are 101325.0 Pascal in 1 Standard Atmosphere. To convert from atm to pa, multiply your figure by 101325.0 (or divide by 0.000009869232667160129).

Question: How many Standard Atmosphere are there in 1 pa ?

Answer: There are 0.000009869232667160129 Standard Atmosphere in 1 Pascal. To convert from pa to atm, multiply your figure by 0.000009869232667160129 (or divide by 101325.0).

Question: What is 1 atm equal to in pa ?

Answer: 1 atm (Standard Atmosphere) is equal to 101325.0 in pa (Pascal).

Question: What is the difference between atm and pa ?

Answer: 1 atm is equal to 101325.0 in pa. That means that atm is more than a 101325.0 times bigger unit of Pressure than pa. To calculate atm from pa, you only need to divide the pa Pressure value by 101325.0.

Question: What does 5 atm mean ?

Answer: As one atm (Standard Atmosphere) equals 101325.0 pa, therefore, 5 atm means pa of Pressure.

Question: How do you convert the atm to pa ?

Answer: If we multiply the atm value by 101325.0, we will get the pa amount i.e; 1 atm = 101325.0 pa.

Question: How much pa is the atm ?

Answer: 1 Standard Atmosphere equals 101325.0 pa i.e; 1 Standard Atmosphere = 101325.0 pa.

Question: Are atm and pa the same ?

Answer: No. The atm is a bigger unit. The atm unit is 101325.0 times bigger than the pa unit.

Question: How many atm is one pa ?

Answer: One pa equals 0.000009869232667160129 atm i.e. 1 pa = 0.000009869232667160129 atm.

Question: How do you convert pa to atm ?

Answer: If we multiply the pa value by 0.000009869232667160129, we will get the atm amount i.e; 1 pa = 0.000009869232667160129 Standard Atmosphere.

Question: What is the pa value of one Standard Atmosphere ?

Answer: 1 Standard Atmosphere to pa = 101325.0.

#### Common Standard Atmosphere to Pascal conversion

atm pa Description
0.1 atm 10132.5 pa 0.1 atm to pa = 10132.5
0.2 atm 20265.0 pa 0.2 atm to pa = 20265.0
0.3 atm 30397.5 pa 0.3 atm to pa = 30397.5
0.4 atm 40530.0 pa 0.4 atm to pa = 40530.0
0.5 atm 50662.5 pa 0.5 atm to pa = 50662.5
0.6 atm 60795.0 pa 0.6 atm to pa = 60795.0
0.7 atm 70927.5 pa 0.7 atm to pa = 70927.5
0.8 atm 81060.0 pa 0.8 atm to pa = 81060.0
0.9 atm 91192.5 pa 0.9 atm to pa = 91192.5
1 atm 101325.0 pa 1 atm to pa = 101325.0
2 atm 202650.0 pa 2 atm to pa = 202650.0
3 atm 303975.0 pa 3 atm to pa = 303975.0
4 atm 405300.0 pa 4 atm to pa = 405300.0
5 atm 506625.0 pa 5 atm to pa = 506625.0
6 atm 607950.0 pa 6 atm to pa = 607950.0
7 atm 709275.0 pa 7 atm to pa = 709275.0
8 atm 810600.0 pa 8 atm to pa = 810600.0
9 atm 911925.0 pa 9 atm to pa = 911925.0
10 atm 1013250.0 pa 10 atm to pa = 1013250.0
20 atm 2026500.0 pa 20 atm to pa = 2026500.0
30 atm 3039750.0 pa 30 atm to pa = 3039750.0
40 atm 4053000.0 pa 40 atm to pa = 4053000.0
50 atm 5066250.0 pa 50 atm to pa = 5066250.0
60 atm 6079500.0 pa 60 atm to pa = 6079500.0
70 atm 7092750.0 pa 70 atm to pa = 7092750.0
80 atm 8106000.0 pa 80 atm to pa = 8106000.0
90 atm 9119250.0 pa 90 atm to pa = 9119250.0

#### Common Pascal to Standard Atmosphere conversion

pa atm Description
0.1 pa 0.0 atm 0.1 pa to atm = 0.0
0.2 pa 0.0 atm 0.2 pa to atm = 0.0
0.3 pa 0.0 atm 0.3 pa to atm = 0.0
0.4 pa 0.0 atm 0.4 pa to atm = 0.0
0.5 pa 0.0 atm 0.5 pa to atm = 0.0
0.6 pa 0.0 atm 0.6 pa to atm = 0.0
0.7 pa 0.0 atm 0.7 pa to atm = 0.0
0.8 pa 0.0 atm 0.8 pa to atm = 0.0
0.9 pa 0.0 atm 0.9 pa to atm = 0.0
1 pa 0.0 atm 1 pa to atm = 0.0
2 pa 0.0 atm 2 pa to atm = 0.0
3 pa 0.0 atm 3 pa to atm = 0.0
4 pa 0.0 atm 4 pa to atm = 0.0
5 pa 0.0 atm 5 pa to atm = 0.0
6 pa 0.0 atm 6 pa to atm = 0.0
7 pa 0.0 atm 7 pa to atm = 0.0
8 pa 0.0 atm 8 pa to atm = 0.0
9 pa 0.0 atm 9 pa to atm = 0.0
10 pa 0.0 atm 10 pa to atm = 0.0
20 pa 0.0 atm 20 pa to atm = 0.0
30 pa 0.0 atm 30 pa to atm = 0.0
40 pa 0.0 atm 40 pa to atm = 0.0
50 pa 0.0 atm 50 pa to atm = 0.0
60 pa 0.001 atm 60 pa to atm = 0.001
70 pa 0.001 atm 70 pa to atm = 0.001
80 pa 0.001 atm 80 pa to atm = 0.001
90 pa 0.001 atm 90 pa to atm = 0.001