Conversions between bar and megapascals (mpa) become quite easy if you know the idea about the conversion factor for these units of pressure. Also, you can try these conversions with the assistance of our tool. An online bar to megapascal converter lets you turn the number of given bars into the equivalent megapascals (mpa). Even the tool uses the standard formula for changing the value of the bar into the megapascals.

Look at the below-mentioned example (bars to mpa) for a better understating of conversions between these units of volume. But, first, let’s elaborate the basic definitions of both these units:

**Basic Definitions:**

**Bar:**

Bar simply abbreviated as bar that is a metric unit, but still not approved by the SI unit of pressure. Exactly it is equal to 100,000 Pa and even slightly lower than the current average atmospheric pressure on Earth, at sea level.

**Megapascal (map):**

Megapascal abbreviated as mpa or MN/m2, or N/mm2, it is referred to as the SI derived unit of pressure that typically used to quantify internal pressure, stress, Young’s modulus & ultimate tensile strength.

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- 1 bar is equal to 0.1 megapascals (map)
- 1 megapascal (mpa) is equal to 10 bars

**Bar to mpa Formula:**

The formula is:

MPa = bar ÷ 10

**How do you convert bar to map?**

Convert with:

- Online bar to megapascal converter
- Formula (the below example helps you)

**Example of bars into mpa conversion:**

Problem: Convert 10 bar to megapascal?

Solution:

Step 1 (Formula):

Step 2 (Put the Values):

Step 3 (Result):

Means, 227 bars is equal to 22.7 megapascals

**Bars to Kilopascals conversion table:**