Boiling points of water at pressure ranging 0.5 - 1000 psia
When water is heated it eventually reaches a temperature - the boiling point - at which the vapor pressure is large enough that bubbles are formed inside the body of the water.
The boiling point of water depends on the atmospheric pressure and the boiling points of water at atmospheric absolute pressures ranging 0.5 - 1000 psia are indicated in the diagram and table below.
- water - pressure and boiling points in pdf-format
- T(oC) = 5/9[T(oF) - 32]
- 1 psi (lb/in2) = 6,894.8 Pa (N/m2) = 6.895x10-2 bar
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