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New to the forum.

I decided to come here as I am currently working on a formula that will give me the resulting pressure as a result of an increase in temperature within fixed volume.

I have used Charles Law and Boyles law and combined them in a way that gives me this increase.

Firstly, I was wondering if this is anything new, I couldn't find anything exact when researching it so used Charles Law and Boyles law to come up with it

Secondly, Is this useful? I know it is for me but in a general physics application?

So far it has held up to tests (that have not been all that scientific but as accurate as possible given my limited resource).

The formula is:

Where x is temperature increase in Celcius

P2 = P1 - (P1 x V1 x T1)/(x+T1)xV1

P is in Pascals

V in any metric unit

T is in kelvin

A bit about me, I have a Degree in Marketing and Economics but work in the Gas Industry.

Any feed back would be appreciated

Cheers

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# A Temperature and Pressure Calculation

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