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pound force per square inch
Symbol:  psi, PSI, lbf/in2 
Category:  Pressure 
SI Equivalent:  6894.76 Pa
Dimension ML-1T-2 
System:  UK, US, FPS 
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Pressure
  Symbol Unit Name
6.8046×10-2  atm  atmosphere (standard) 
6.89476×10-2  bar  bar 
5.17149  cmHg (0 °C)  centimeter of mercury (0°C) 
70.3089  cmH2O  centimeter of water (4°C) 
6.89476×104  dyn/cm2  dyne per square centimeter 
2.30672  ft H2O  foot of water (4°C) 
6.89476×10-6  GPa  gigapascal 
2.03602  inHg (0 °C)  inch of mercury (0°C) 
27.707  inH2O (15.56 °C)  inch of water (15.56°C) 
7.0307×10-2  kgf/cm2  kilogram force per square centimeter 
703.07  kgf/m2  kilogram force per square meter 
10×10-4  kip/in2, ksi, KSI  kilopound force per square inch 
6.89476×10-3  MPa  megapascal 
68.9476  mbar  millibar 
6894.76  Pa, N/m2  pascal 
144  lbf/ft2  pound force per square foot 
51.7149  torr  torr 
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