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- I am currently working on a project trying to calculate leak rates from pressurised vessels filled with water.

I am currently working on a project trying to calculate leak rate and fluid loss from pressurised vessels filled with water over a time period of 30 minutes. So far I have used the Boyles Law which assumes that PV/T = constant which gets us P1 * V1 = P2 * V2 and PdV+VdP = 0 I formed this over to PdV=VdP. and divided by the change in time to get dV/dt = - VdP/Pdt

Could anyone help me and tell me if I am on the right track here or have I overlooked something.

Could anyone help me and tell me if I am on the right track here or have I overlooked something.