Inch Mercury (32°F) to kN/m² Conversion

Inch Mercury (32°F) to Kilonewton/Square Meter Conversion - Convert Inch Mercury (32°F) to Kilonewton/Square Meter (inHg to kN/m²)

Inch Mercury (32°F) to kN/m² Conversion

Inch Mercury (32°F) to kN/m² - Pressure - Conversion

You are currently converting Pressure units from Inch Mercury (32°F) to Kilonewton/Square Meter

1 Inch Mercury (32°F) (inHg)

=

3.38639 Kilonewton/Square Meter (kN/m²)

Visit kN/m² to Inch Mercury (32°F) Conversion

Inch Mercury (32°F) : Inch of mercury (abbreviated: inHg) is a British and American unit of measurement for pressure. It is defined as the pressure exerted by a column of mercury of 1 inch in height at 32 °F (0 °C) at the standard acceleration of gravity. Inch of mercury is still widely used in American. 1 inHg = 3,386.389 pascals at 0 °C.

Kilonewton/Square Meter : The kilonewton per square meter (kN/m2) is a non-SI unit for pressure. 1 kN/m2 equals 1,000 N/m2. Pressure is defined as force per area and the SI unit for force is Newtons(N) and the SI unit for area is square meters(m2). 1 Newton per square meter equals 1 Pascal, therefore, 1 kN/m2 =1000 Pa.

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1 Inch Mercury (32°F) = 3.38639 Kilonewton/Square Meter

How to convert Inch Mercury (32°F) to Kilonewton/Square Meter ?

1 inch mercury (inHg) is equal to 3.38639 kilonewton/square meter (kN/m²).

1inHg = 3.38639kN/m²

The pressure p in kilonewton/square meter (kN/m²) is equal to the pressure p in inch mercury (32°f) (inHg) times 3.38639, that conversion formula:

p(kN/m²) = p(inHg) × 3.38639

How many Kilonewton/Square Meter in a Inch Mercury?

One Inch Mercury is equal to 3.38639 Kilonewton/Square Meter:

1inHg = 1inHg × 3.38639 = 3.38639kN/m²

How many Inch Mercury (32°F) in a Kilonewton/Square Meter?

One Kilonewton/Square Meter is equal to 0.2953 Inch Mercury (32°F):

1kN/m² = 1kN/m² × 0.2953 = 0.2953inHg

How to Convert 5 Inch Mercury (32°F) to Kilonewton/Square Meter?

p(kN/m²) = 5(inHg) × 3.38639 = 16.93195kN/m²

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