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I would like to have your help for a problem that i face. I know that it is a little bit ridiculous, but my brain is stacked right now!

I have a helium compressor that i want to fill it with helium at room temperature 293K @ 1.013bar. This compressor will be connected with a pipe. As i want to size the pipe i assume that the filling procedure takes about an hour. I have available 500mbar of Δp for a distance of 10-15 meters.

Which method should i follow?

Thanks everybody in advance,

Regards

Koniako

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# Calculate the time needed to fill a compressor

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