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Physics of spring airgun cylinder system?

by StrSpeed
Tags: airgun, cylinder, physics, spring
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StrSpeed
#1
Jan14-13, 10:17 PM
P: 1
So recently I became more interested in CAD and i found myself drafting designs for spring airguns cylinders ect. All of-course meaningless given that I have zero understanding of the math behind the design. I am no Mechanical engineer, I am a business student so if im getting into advanced stuff here let me know but I still intend on giving it my best..

/end rant/

Essentially I would like to understand how to calculate the pressure in a system when a Force of 550 Newtons is applied to it.

System volume: 37464
Piston(Right Cylinder) Volume: 24543 mm
Barrel(Right Cylinder) Volume: 12921mm
Change in Volume at piston peak: 24543

The gas inside the system is at sea level atmospheric pressure

I have also attached an image for reference!

if I am leaving anything out please let me know and Ill attempt to elaborate more!
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CWatters
#2
Jan16-13, 04:31 AM
P: 3,106
If the 550N force is the force at the end of the stroke then the pressure is simply force divided by piston area.


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