Hydrostatic Pressure

22.02.2017 by Ina Medick
hydrostatic pressure diving

Hydrostatic Pressure is the ambient pressure of a liquid. When diving, this is then the pressure which exists under water. This pressure differs depending on the diving depth. The rule of thumb is that this pressure increases by 1 bar per 10 metres of depth.

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