Air leak rate through metal-to-metal seal


by Swamp Thing
Tags: leak, metaltometal, rate, seal
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Nov14-11, 09:09 AM
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I need to estimate the air leak rate through a metal-metal seal. I would prefer to use a table of empirical data, but equations with an example calculation would also be of help.

Any info on the web?

Thanks!
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