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I need a little help

8 liter of air volume, ambient temp, then compressed at 8.2 bar = volume in cu cm?

thank you for your help...metric or US... volume would be 2.11 gl @ 120 psi keep it simple please

stef

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I need a little help

8 liter of air volume, ambient temp, then compressed at 8.2 bar = volume in cu cm?

thank you for your help...metric or US... volume would be 2.11 gl @ 120 psi keep it simple please

stef

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PV=nRT approximately. I suppose T remains constant, n and R are constants. Thus if you go from 1 bar to 8.2 bar, then volume goes from 8 liters to 8/8.2 liters... Multiply by 1000 to get it in cm cubes.

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petr

thank you for your kind reply

maybe I was not clear I want to compress the 8 L(@ 1 psi) volume with 8.2 bar and want to know how much that volume will shrink to in cu cm

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Didn't Petr Mugver practically gave you the answer already? Or did you not understand what you were given?

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propably did not understand it :(

I read as if he increased the volume...I want to decrease the volume by pressurizing it

sorry

s

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I got it now thank you all!

S