Translation of atmospheric pressure in Spanish:

atmospheric pressure

presión atmosférica, n.


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    presión atmosférica feminine
    • Water exposed to atmospheric pressure boils at approximately 100 degrees Celsius.
    • The surface pressure on Mars is less than 1% of the earth's atmospheric pressure at sea level.
    • The pressure from this steam forced the piston upward once it was high enough to counteract the weight and atmospheric pressure on the cylinder.
    • Compared with total atmospheric pressure, airborne sound waves represent extremely small pressure changes.
    • He would record the temperature, atmospheric pressure, the degree of cloud cover, whether there was rain or snow.
    • At pressures substantially below normal atmospheric pressure, more substances can be made to sublime.
    • Other manometers contain a sealed-off vacuum at one end, so that changes in atmospheric pressure don't have to be accounted for in calculations.
    • Every day since then she has recorded rainfall, temperature, and atmospheric pressure from her home.
    • The atmospheric pressure is in our comfort range, along with the gravity.
    • The atmospheric pressure may have been higher.
    • From about this time Pascal began a series of experiments on atmospheric pressure.
    • If the Earth were not round, whole hemispheres would have different atmospheric pressure and significantly different sea levels.
    • To keep it running, you have to keep the pressure in the hose higher than atmospheric pressure.
    • Conversely, the lower atmospheric pressure on a mountain top makes it harder to get boiling water hot enough for good tea or coffee.
    • This is because in an airplane, both atmospheric pressure and humidity are low.
    • As gifted in science as in letters, he did important work in geometry, hydrodynamics, and atmospheric pressure, and invented a calculating machine, a syringe, and a hydraulic press.
    • During the winter, strong areas of high atmospheric pressure dominate.
    • Where Boulton and Watt were persisting with using the power of atmospheric pressure to force a piston to move, Murdock used the pressure of the steam to move a tiny 20 mm piston inside a small cylinder.
    • The Arctic Oscillation is a seesaw pattern in which atmospheric pressure at the polar and middle latitudes fluctuates between positive and negative phases.
    • It has been suggested that, perhaps by sensing changes in atmospheric pressure, birds can perceive the approach of major weather systems.
    • In this case, the collapse is actually attributed to gravity and not atmospheric pressure.