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What is the gauge pressure if the absolute pressure is 321 atm?

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What is the gauge pressure if the absolute pressure is {eq}321 \ atm {/eq}?

Gauge Pressure:

Gauge pressure is the pressure above the atmospheric pressure. This pressure is zero-referenced against the ambient air pressure and is determine by getting the difference between absolute pressure and the atmospheric pressure.

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Given:

{eq}P_{abs} = 321 \ atm {/eq} Absolute pressure

{eq}P_{atm} = 1 \ atm {/eq} Atmospheric pressure


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Gauge Pressure & Absolute Pressure: Relation & Conversion

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Chapter 5 / Lesson 2
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In this lesson, we'll define absolute pressure and gauge pressure measurements. We'll also learn the equation by which these two measurements are related. We'll conclude the lesson with examples of absolute and gauge pressure measurements.


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