I got that, LV altitude is 2124'. Just can't find the standard pressure for that altitude.
posted on 01/09/2004 1:20:23 PM PST
Now ya got me wondering. Drudge's reference desk has a link that will convert just about anything. I'm going over there.
OK, here is what I did. Rule of thumb is one inch of Mercury for each 1000' in altitude. At 2000' that would be 27.92. That converts to 13.7psi. So 2124' would be close to 13.6. BTW, that is what it is called on the ref desk: Convert Anything (on the left side of the page). Great site.
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