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I am calculating pressure on a spherical cylinder of 10 mm diameter by wind tunnel. when measuring values in manometer filled with water which density is 1000 kg/m^3 so by hydro-static formula the pressure difference is [P2-P1=ρg(h2-h1)]

so by this formula the ρ unit is in kg/m3 and gravity(g) we know 9.81 m/s^2 so the unit of (h2-h1) must be meter? or mm will be fine as well?

I am confused by this small problem..

so by this formula the ρ unit is in kg/m3 and gravity(g) we know 9.81 m/s^2 so the unit of (h2-h1) must be meter? or mm will be fine as well?

I am confused by this small problem..

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