# Inches of water to gigabars (inH2O to Gbar)

pressure conversions » inch of water conversions » inH2O to Gbar## Inches of water to gigabars conversion table (chart)

The conversion table to the right is a default, short version of the inches of water to gigabars conversion table. You also have an option to create the inches of water to gigabars conversion table for the specific values you need. You can choose the initial value (in inches of water), the increment and the number of rows you want to show up in the conversion table.To create your customized inches of water to gigabars conversion table, click on the 'create conversion table' button.

inch of water (inH2O) | gigabar (Gbar) |

10 | 2.49082E-11 |

20 | 4.98164E-11 |

30 | 7.47246E-11 |

40 | 9.96328E-11 |

50 | 1.24541E-10 |

60 | 1.494492E-10 |

70 | 1.743574E-10 |

80 | 1.992656E-10 |

## Conversion Formula

By using the online converter calculator on this page, you can calculate how many gigabars are in 'X' inches of water (X is the number of inches of water you want to convert to gigabars). In order to convert a value from inches of water to gigabars (from inH2O to Gbar) simply type the number of inches of water to be converted to gigabars and then click on the 'convert' button. The formula used for converting a specific value from inches of water to gigabars is:

X inches of water * cf = Y gigabars

where

X = the specific value to be converted (in inches of water)

cf = the conversion factor from inches of water to gigabars

Y = the result (in gigabars)

*Example*

Let's suppose that you have a value of pressure of 640 inches of water and want to express it in gigabars.

640 inH2O = (640 × 2.49082E-12) Gbar

640 inH2O = 1.5941248E-9 Gbar

## Conversion factor

1 inch of water is equal to 2.49082E-12 gigabar

(1 inH2O = 2.49082E-12 Gbar )

## Related topics

- To convert from inches of water to any other pressure/stress unit, go to convert from inches of water
- To convert from a unit of pressure other than inch of water, go to all pressure conversions
- If you want to do the reverse unit conversion from
**gigabars to inches of water**, go to convert gigabars to inches of water