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Kpa (Kilopascal) and psi (Pound-force per Square Inch) both are the units of pressure, here we are going to tell you how to go from kilopascal to psi, also more information on each of the units. You can simply use the above converter to perform these units of pressure conversions. An online kpa to psi converter will helps you to do conversions between any values of kpa and psi, whenever you need to do that!
Also, we tells you the formula that you can consider while doing manual conversions between kpa and pounds per square inch.
First, explore some basics!
Pressure is referred to as a force that exerted on a surface per unit area. In more simple words, it is said to be as the force that is put on a certain defined area.
Kpa is stand for kilopascal, it is referred to as a unit of pressure and stress corresponding to the SI system of units. Remember that is said to be as a multiple of Pascal (Pa) (1 kpa = 1000 pascal), which is referred to as a derived unit that based on the Newton (N), a unit of force, also the meter squared, which is a unit of area. The pascal (pa) unit is elaborated as how many Newtons (force) are applied on a unit area of square meters.
The psi is stands for pounds per square inch that is said ot be as a unit of pressure and stress according to the Imperial and US customary systems of units. Psi is derived from the pound-force lb-f that is referred to as a unit of force and the inch squared, which is said to be a unit of area. The definition of psi is entire based on the both definitions of the pound-force and the inch units.
The formula for is:
psi = kPa ÷ 6.89475729
Problem: Convert 7400 kilopascals to psi?
Step 1 (Formula):
Step 2 (Put the Values):
Step 3 (Result):
Means, 7400 kilopascals (kpa) is equal to 1073.2792589800001 pound-force per Square Inch (psi)