What is standard barometric pressure?

Answer Standard barometric pressure is a reference value for atmospheric pressure. This pressure is given as 760 millimeters of mercury (29.92 inches of mercury), 14.7 pounds per square inch, 101.3 kilopa... Read More »

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How does barometric pressure differ from atmospheric pressure?

Barometric pressure is another name for atmospheric pressure and both terms are often used interchangeably. The terms describe the weight of earth's atmosphere, which averages 14.7 pounds per squar... Read More »

What is the barometric air pressure?

Barometric air pressure is the measure of air pressure in an area using a barometer. Meteorologists measure air pressure because it indicates changes in the weather. For instance, decreasing air pr... Read More »

What is a barometric pressure sensor?

A barometric pressure sensor is used to measure barometric pressure for a variety of applications including control systems, remote meteorological stations, ocean data buoys, weather balloons and o... Read More »

What is the barometric pressure of Uranus?

The barometric pressure (also known as atmospheric pressure) of a planet is defined as the force exerted on the planet by the weight of the atmosphere above it. It is measured in millibars. Uranus,... Read More »