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Standard atmosphere

standard atmosphere

The pressure of the atmosphere at mean sea level, equivalent to 1,013,250 dynes/cm2 or 101,325 pa (N/m2 in the sI system), a standardised expression of the relation of barometric pressure, temperature, and other atmospheric variables as a function of altitude above sea level.


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