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    Pressure / Volume Conversion

    Is it possible to covert cubic mm per second into a psi value? Where I work we have demand to verify that an item can leak 5 cubic mm per second of air at a pressure of 5.5 bar. My test equipment can raise the pressure to 80psi and I can watch as the pressure lowers or leaks out. Is this type of conversion possible?

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    Re: Pressure / Volume Conversion

    Do you mean cubic cm ? You need to explain your test equipment but there is no conversion. Systems leak faster at elevated pressures. If you start say at 5.5 bar close the supply gas you can follow the pressure drop as a function of time


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