|Apr25-12, 11:56 AM||#1|
Calculation for inflation time of an air bladder?
I was curious if you could help me. I am currently working on a project where we are using 12g CO2 cylinders to fill an expanable air bladder to absorb impacts like an air bag. I am having trouble though calculating how long it would take to inflate the bladder with known variables:
-CO2 canister pressure = 858psi
-Orfice diamerter = 0.028"
-Expanded bladder volume = 1317 in^3
-Final bladder pressure = 2psi
We are using three cylinders to inflate the bladder along with each having their own puncture pin with orfice size given.
Any help would be greatly appriciated.
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