# Convert Pascal to Gigapascal

## Instant Pascal to Gigapascal converter

What is Pascal?

Pascal is a unit of pressure to calculate the pressure and stress by using the formula of one newton per square mete force applied on an area of one square meter. That is, 1 Pa = 1 N · m-2. Reduced to base units in SI, one pascal is one kilogram per meter per second squared.

How many pascals in 1 GPa? The answer is 1000000000. We assume you are converting between pascal and gigapascal.

You can view more details on each measurement unit: pascal or GPa. The SI derived unit for pressure is the pascal. 1 pascal is equal to 1.0E-9 GPa. Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results. Use this page to learn how to convert between pascals and gigapascals. Type in your own numbers in the form to convert the units!

What is Gigapascal?

Gigapascal is also a unit of pressure that has a dimension of ML-1T-2 where M is mass, L is length, and T is the time. It can be converted to the corresponding standard SI unit Pa (pascal) by multiplying its value by a factor of 1000000000. Because one pascal is equal to (1 / 1000000000).

The SI prefix "giga" represents a factor of 109, or in exponential notation, 1E9. So 1 gigapascal = 109 pascals.

The definition of a pascal is as follows:

According to Wikipedia The pascal is the SI unit of pressure and is equal to one newton per square metre. The name comes from Blaise Pascal, a famous French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher.

Pascal to Gigapascal Converter

As you see it is a little bit complex formula to convert any number from pascal to gigapascal if you do it manually. This is why we made this pascal to gigapascal converter tool to help you calculate any number instantly into gigapascal.

All you have to do is enter the desired amount in the first text box and you can click away from the box to get the result in the next field or you can click on calculate button to get the accurate results instantly.

This tool uses the best method to get you the most accurate results and you can experience the speed of it when this tool gives you results within microseconds.

Here is the table of most commonly used conversions from Pascal to Gigapascal

Pascal GigaPascal
1 Pa = 1.0E-9 GPa
2 Pa = 2.0E-9 GPa
3 Pa = 3.0E-9 GPa
4 Pa = 4.0E-9 GPa
5 Pa = 5.0E-9 GPa
6 Pa = 6.0E-9 GPa
7 Pa = 7.0E-9 GPa
8 Pa = 8.0E-9 GPa
9 Pa = 9.0E-9 GPa
10 Pa = 1.0E-8 GPa
20 Pa = 2.0E-8 GPa
30 Pa = 3.0E-8 GPa
40 Pa = 4.0E-8 GPa
50 Pa = 5.0E-8 GPa
60 Pa = 6.0E-8 GPa
70 Pa = 7.0E-8 GPa
80 Pa = 8.0E-8 GPa
90 Pa = 9.0E-8 GPa
100 Pa = 1.0E-7 GPa
200 Pa = 2.0E-7 GPa
300 Pa = 3.0E-7 GPa
400 Pa = 4.0E-7 GPa
500 Pa = 5.0E-7 GPa
600 Pa = 6.0E-7 GPa
700 Pa = 7.0E-7 GPa
800 Pa = 8.0E-7 GPa
900 Pa = 9.0E-7 GPa
1000 Pa = 1.0E-6 GPa
2000 Pa = 2.0E-6 GPa
4000 Pa = 4.0E-6 GPa
5000 Pa = 5.0E-6 GPa
7500 Pa = 7.5E-6 GPa
10000 Pa = 1.0E-5 GPa
25000 Pa = 2.5E-5 GPa
50000 Pa = 5.0E-5 GPa
100000 Pa = 0.0001 GPa
1000000 Pa = 0.001 GPa
1000000000 Pa = 1 GPa

How to convert Pascal to Gigapascal manually?

Here you can understand the formula which is used for the calculation of this tool.

If you run out of internet you can calculate this very easily in your mind by using the below-mentioned formula.

If you add nine zero with the one you will see the integer 1000000000.

This is the amount of pascal which is equal to 1 Gigapascal. Whatever the number you have in pascal you need to divide that number with this integer and you will get the amount in Gigapascals. That's it

1. Enter the value you wish to convert. The basic arithmetic operations are addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*, x), division (/, :, ÷), exponent (^), parentheses and π (pi) at this stage.
2. From the drop-down menu, pick the unit that matches the value you wish to convert, in this case 'Pascal [Pa]'.
3. Then, using the number of cycles per second (the unit you want to convert the value to), find the converter you need. In this case, it's GigaPascal [GPa].
4. The rounding of decimals is changed while analyzing the calculation, and then after that, when the output appears. When it's appropriate to do so, you may round it down to a certain number of decimal places.

It is also possible to input the value to be converted as well as the original measurement unit value using this calculator, for example, '721 Pascal'. In that case, either the whole name of the unit or its abbreviation may be used as an example, such as 'Pascal' (Pa). Then, based on the category of the measurement unit of measure that is to be converted, the calculator determines whether it is a pressure or a temperature. After that, it converts each entered value into all of the units understood by it. You can check our other calculators for complex calculations as well.

The original conversion may be found in the resulting list, unless you use a lowercase letter to represent gigapascal. The value to be converted can also be represented as follows: '17 Pa to GPa,' '56 Pa into GPa,' or '56 Pascal.'

For this option, the calculator also determines straight away into which unit the original value should be converted. Regardless of which of these options one picks, it saves time by allowing you to find the correct listing in long choice lists with various categories and many supported units. All of that is handled for us by the calculator, and it gets the task done in milliseconds.

The calculator likewise enables the use of mathematical expressions. As a result, not only may numbers be compared to one another, such as '(72 * 31) Pa,' but also different units of measure can be linked together directly in the conversion. For example, "721 Pascal + 2163 Gigapascal" or "56mm x 9cm x 79dm = ? cm3" might be an acceptable format. In this case, the units of measurement must naturally combine to make sense and fit together in the given situation.