Convert pascal to bar 

The calculator allows you to convert pascal to bar. Perform the reverse calculation: convert bar to pascal 
1 bar = 100 000 Pa 
To convert pascal to bar, divide by 100 000. Example 1We are going to convert a pressure p of 300 000 pascal to bar.Pressure p = 300 000 Pa 1 Pa = 1 / 100 000 bar p = 300 000 Pa = 300 000 / 100 000 = 3 bar Other examplesPascal (Pa) and bar (bar) are both units of pressure. To convert Pascal to bar, you can use the following conversion factor:1 bar = 100 000 Pa 1 Pa = 0.00001 bar Here are three examples of converting Pascal to bar: If you have a tire pressure of 250 000 Pa, you can convert it to bar by dividing by 100 000: 250 000 Pa / 100 000 = 2.5 bar Let's say you have a water pressure of 50 000 Pa. To convert it to bar, divide by 100 000: 50 000 Pa / 100 000 = 0.5 bar Suppose you have a gas pressure of 1 200 000 Pa. You can convert it to bar by dividing by 100 000: 1 200 000 Pa / 100 000 = 12 bar A conversion table for pascal (pa) to bar
To read the table, simply locate the value in Pascal that you want to convert in the left column, and then read its equivalent value in Bar in the right column. The first row of the table shows the headers for each column: "Pascal (Pa)" and "Bar". The subsequent rows show the conversion values. Each row corresponds to a specific value in Pascal and its equivalent in Bar. Pascal (Pa)Pascal (symbol: Pa) is the unit of pressure in the International System of Units (SI). It is named after Blaise Pascal, a French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher who made significant contributions to the study of fluids and pressure. 1 Pascal is equal to 1 Newton per square meter (N/m²), where the Newton is the unit of force and the square meter is the unit of area. This means that a pressure of 1 Pascal is exerted when a force of 1 Newton is applied over an area of 1 square meter.Some common multiples and submultiples of Pascal are kilopascal (kPa), megapascal (MPa), and gigapascal (GPa) for higher pressures, and millipascal (mPa) and micro pascal (µPa) for lower pressures. In meteorology, Pascal (Pa) is commonly used to express atmospheric pressure. The normal range of atmospheric pressure at sea level is around 1013 hPa (hectopascal). BarBar (symbol: bar) is a unit of pressure. One bar is defined as the pressure exerted by a force of one newton applied over an area of one square meter. This is equivalent to 100 000 pascal (Pa) or 100 kilopascal (kPa). In other words, 1 bar is equal to 0.1 megapascal (MPa). 