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We are interested in how boiling water creates air bubbles. We want to generate a volume of 500 cubic feet per minute of air at a depth of 100 feet (which would be approx 2000 cfm at surface) in a large water tank (100x18x8). We want to generate this volume of air by placing a heating element either under the tank or at the bottom of the tank in order to boil the water and produce the air bubbles. We have a cap kilowatt usage goal for the heating element (or elements) of 200 kw constant. We have no idea how to calculate how much air can be produced though. Any thoughts?

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