# How to calculate water pressure at depth

So the absolute pressure at depth, P a b s is given by: Hydrostatic pressure at any height below the water surface is calculated by P = h d g where h is the height below the open water surface, d is the density of water and g is the acceleration due to gravity.

**HOW TO CHECK \u0026 ADJUST WATER PRESSURE**

Hydrostatic pressure in a liquid can be calculated as. p = ρ g h (1). where. p = pressure in liquid (N/m2, Pa, lbf/ft2, psf). ρ = density of liquid (kg/m3. The pressure under water increases with depth. This tutorial explains the formula linking pressure with liquid density, depth and gravitational field strengt.

Water head pressure at a specific location is simply determined by the height (or depth) of the water above that location. Below, we walk through a few examples. A foot (6-meter) diameter water tower is feet (30 meters) tall and is full. Thus, the water level is feet (30 meters) above the ground. The water head pressure at the ground would be feet (30 meters).

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