Enter the density (kg/m^3), the volume (m^3), and the area (m^2) into the calculator to determine the Pressure From Density.

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## Pressure From Density Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the Pressure From Density.

Pd = D*V/ A * g

- Where Pd is the Pressure From Density (Pa)
- D is the density (kg/m^3)
- V is the volume (m^3)
- A is the area (m^2)

To calculate the pressure from density, multiply the density by the volume, divide by the area, then multiply by the acceleration due to gravity.

## How to Calculate Pressure From Density?

The following example problems outline how to calculate the Pressure From Density.

**Example Problem #1**

- First, determine the density (kg/m^3). In this example, the density (kg/m^3) is given as 10 .
- Next, determine the volume (m^3). For this problem, the volume (m^3) is given as 50 .
- Next, determine the area (m^2). In this case, the area (m^2) is found to be 10.
- Finally, calculate the Pressure From Density using the formula above:

Pd = D*V/ A * g

Inserting the values from above and solving yields:

Pd = 10*50/ 10 * 9.81 = 490.5 (Pa)

**Example Problem #2**

Using the same method as above, determine the variables required by the equation. For this example problem, these are provided as:

density (kg/m^3) = 41

volume (m^3) = 16

area (m^2) = 28

Enter these given values yields:

Pd = 41*16/ 28 * 9.81 = 229.83** **(Pa)