Is there any way, crude as it may be, to find an equivalency between the pressure exerted on an object from layers of atmosphere and the force or energy put on an object from an explosion? I'm trying to categorize the durability of certain things and I've gotten to a point where instead of the yield of a nuclear explosion or its TNT equivalent I've got sea pressure. I know "durability" isn't exactly a scientific tool of measurement, and pounds per square inch and joules are completely different measurements, but I'm stuck. According to an online calculator I used for sea pressure, an object at 30,000 ft below sea level will experience 13,345.7 psi. Assuming something was that deep and could handle the pressure fine, is there a way to put a number on how much force from an explosion it could take? If specifics on the item itself are required I will provide them.