 # Relation Between Bar And Pascal

The pressure is expressed in many units across the globe. Bar and Pascal are the units representing pressure. A pascal is one newton of force acting on the 1 m2 area. A bar is used to express atmospheric pressure. The relation between bar and pascal is useful in solving the problem.

## What is the Relation Between Bar and Pascal?

The units for pressure (Pressure is the force against a surface: Formulated as Force per area). Bar and pascal relation can be mathematically expressed as:

 Bar to pascal formula 1 bar = 105 pascals Pascal to bar formula 1 pascal = 10-5 bar or 0.01mbar

In order to understand the relation. It is important to know the terms individually.

 Definition Symbol Formula Fundamental unit 1 Pascal The pressure exerted due to 1 N of force acting on 1 m2 area. Pa 1Pa=1 N/m2 Pa=kg/m.s2 1 Bar Unit of pressure almost similar to atmosphere unit bar 1bar=10,000 N/m2 bar=kg/m.s2

### Conversion of Bar and Pascal

Below table contains some commonly used values of pressure:

 Units Values 1 bar to kilopascal 1bar = 100 kilopascals 1 bar to mPa 1 bar = 0.1 mPa (megapascal) mbar to pascal 1mbar = 100Pa 1 bar to atm 1 bar = 0.986923

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