## What is the normal air pressure at sea level?

## What is the normal air pressure at sea level?

about 14.7 pounds per square inch

(atm) unit of measurement equal to air pressure at sea level, about 14.7 pounds per square inch. Also called standard atmospheric pressure.

**What is the pressure at 4000 ft above sea level?**

Example – Air pressure at Elevation 10000 m

Altitude Above Sea Level | Absolute Atmospheric Pressure | |
---|---|---|

feet | metre | psia |

4000 | 1219 | 12.7 |

4500 aprox. Ben Nevis, Scotland, UK | 1372 | 12.5 |

5000 | 1524 | 12.2 |

**What is the air pressure at 50000 feet?**

1.6 PSI

Pressure at 100m

Altitude | Air Pressure |
---|---|

20,000 feet | 6.4 PSI |

30,000 feet | 4.3 PSI |

40,000 feet | 2.7 PSI |

50,000 feet | 1.6 PSI |

### What is the air pressure at 100000 feet?

about 10 millibars

Altitude and weather systems can change the air’s pressure. As you go higher, the air’s pressure decreases from around 1,000 millibars at sea level to 500 millibars at around 18,000 feet. At 100,000 feet above sea level the air’s pressure is only about 10 millibars.

**What is the best air pressure for humans?**

30 inches of mercury

Ms. Vanos said people are most comfortable with barometric pressure of 30 inches of mercury (inHg). When it rises to 30.3 inHg or higher, or drops to 29.7 or lower, the risk of heart attack increases.

**What happens when air exerts pressure on our body?**

The pressure exerted by air on all bodies at all times in all directions is called air pressure. When air moves at high speeds, it creates a low pressure area. The air inside a balloon exerts pressure in all directions, and makes it blow up. Air opposes the motion of a moving object.

## How do you calculate sea level pressure?

The average pressure at mean sea-level (MSL) in the International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) is 1013.25 hPa, or 1 atmosphere (atm), or 29.92 inches of mercury. Pressure (p), mass (m), and the acceleration due to gravity (g), are related by P = F/A = (m*g)/A, where A is surface area.

**How do I calculate pressure altitude?**

To calculate pressure altitude without the use of an altimeter, subject approximately 1 inch of mercury for every 1,000-foot increase in altitude from sea level. For example, if the current local altimeter setting at a 4,000-foot elevation is 30.42, the pressure altitude would be 3,500 feet: 30.42 – 29.92 = 0.50 in.

**What is the air temperature at 35000 feet?**

about -54C

If the temperature at ground level was 20C, at 40,000 feet it would be -57C. At 35,000 feet the air temperature is about -54C.

### What is the pressure 100 feet underwater?

We (Navy divers) have always used 44.5 psi per 100 ft.

**How many degrees do you lose per 1000 feet?**

Figuring out temperature without sensors: If there’s no snow/rain falling from the sky, then the temperature decreases by about 5.4°F for every 1,000 feet up you go in elevation & decrease the same for every 1,000 feet you go down.

**What is a comfortable air pressure?**

Vanos said people are most comfortable with barometric pressure of 30 inches of mercury (inHg). When it rises to 30.3 inHg or higher, or drops to 29.7 or lower, the risk of heart attack increases.

## How does air pressure affect sea level?

Air pressure has a direct influence on the sea level. High air pressure exerts a force on the surroundings and results in water movement. So high air pressure over a sea area corresponds to low sea level and conversely low air pressure (a depression) results in higher sea levels. This is called the inverse barometer effect .

On the earth, the average air pressure at sea level is 1.03 kilograms per square centimeter (kg/cm 2) or 14.7 pounds per square inch (psi); this is commonly measured in bars, in which atmospheric pressure is about 1 bar. This means that hundreds of pounds of pressure are pressing on everyone from all sides, at all times.

**Why is the air pressure the greatest at sea level?**

At sea level, air pressure is greatest because it is caused by the weight of the entire column of atmosphere at that altitude over that location. As altitude increases, the column of atmosphere gets shorter, and so less weight is pressing down at a given altitude, so atmospheric pressure is reduced.

Air is a gas, but for purposes of calculating atmospheric pressure, you could regard it as a fluid, and calculate the pressure at sea level using the expression for fluid pressure. This expression is P = ∂gh, where ∂ is the density of air, g is the acceleration of gravity, and h is the height of the atmosphere.