CFM Formula

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Hi,

Is it possible to calculate gasflow(cfm) given pressure(psi) and sound(dbuv). I am writing some software to report and track air leaks and the hardware the user will be using is the ultraprobe 9000.

Thanks and I appreciate any information.
 

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Any Ideas??
 
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boneh3ad
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No. Sound depends on so many quantities that it would differ for every application. You would need to essentially calibrate your equation for every separate application you are applying it too, and that would require knowing the CFM to begin with.
 

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