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- generating pressure between vessels to check for structural integrity

I have to cylindrical vessels using air as a medium. I want to pressurise vessel one, release the pressure into vessel to and register a .525mbar pressure in vessel 2 - within .3s.

My understanding so far,

dp/dt = 175000 Pa/s required

P1V1/n1 = p2v2/n2

52500 * 0.088627484 * 0.0041846 = 52500 * 0.088627484 * 0.0041846

for me if I have the required pressure in the same volume, and release this within 0.3 seconds, then i will get the exact same pressure on the opposite side.

But, once the valve is opened, the volume essentially doubles.

would I double the volume on V2 but i don't want the final pressure in V2 to change

My aim is to generate the pressure on the bottom section and see if it remains structurally sound.

any help please?

My understanding so far,

dp/dt = 175000 Pa/s required

P1V1/n1 = p2v2/n2

52500 * 0.088627484 * 0.0041846 = 52500 * 0.088627484 * 0.0041846

for me if I have the required pressure in the same volume, and release this within 0.3 seconds, then i will get the exact same pressure on the opposite side.

But, once the valve is opened, the volume essentially doubles.

would I double the volume on V2 but i don't want the final pressure in V2 to change

My aim is to generate the pressure on the bottom section and see if it remains structurally sound.

any help please?