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Temperature can be assumed to be constant at 25C as well.

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Temperature can be assumed to be constant at 25C as well.

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You have to be aware that you will need two regimes for your problem: initially the inside pressure is greater than 1.9 x atmospheric and you need a sonic formula. At lower pressures subsonic equations will do.

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100psi relative is 114psi absolute, which is nearly eight times greater than atmospheric. Are you aware of any ways that this could be done to give a rugh estimate? After all I will be testing this and ultimately have the real data to compare this to.

You have to be aware that you will need two regimes for your problem: initially the inside pressure is greater than 1.9 x atmospheric and you need a sonic formula. At lower pressures subsonic equations will do.

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