If the AC evaporator is in the basement or somehow lower than the rest of the house, the blower could be having trouble lifting the air. Recognize that cold air is quite a bit heavier than warm air. The warm air wants to go up, the cold air wants to go down and the blower motor can have quite a difficult time fighting that battle. If the AC repaiman suggests a booster fan, he's probably right.
It is dependent on the tire materials, pressure, and the outside temperature. So, research your tire specs.
Yes, temperature affects the pressure of the air and when the pressure outside the ball is lower, the pressure inside will be greater, thus making it bounce better.
The pressure inside a tornado is much lower than it is outside.
This depends on exhalation or inhalation. If you are exhaling the pressure would be greater inside the lungs than the outside, but if you are inhaling, then the pressure would be greater on the outside than the inside.
Inside pressure is warm and outside is cold. But any where outside my house there is no problem. Urine becomes normal and no problem
There is no difference of the average local air pressure inside or outside of the headphone.
Outside temperature is largely immaterial. It is really the difference between the temperature inside and outside of the balloon envelope that generates the lift. If both are exactly the same, then the balloon will simply fall under gravity -- it has no buoyancy. As the inside temperature increases, so does its buoyancy. Eventually, the difference will be sufficient to overcome gravity, and the greater the difference, the faster it will rise. When the optimum altitude is achieved, the air inside is allowed to cool to an optimum level to maintain that altitude; the optimum temperature will vary according to the outside temperature and the weight of the balloon. The outside temperature will vary according to altitude, as will air pressure outside of the balloon, therefore there is no single answer to the question. It is the difference in temperature that is important, not the actual temperature.
The air pressure is the same, inside or outside the paper bag.
Inside or outside?
no because a booster pump is made for higher pressure and a sump pump is made for volume so you can never have the same pressure as a booster pump.
It changes based on vehicle, outside temp, and desired inside temp. Pressuse depends on ambient temperature, the higher the temp, the greater the pressure
When the plunger is pulled, the volume inside increases. This reduces the pressure inside, and the air pressure outside forces liquid in, in an effort to make the pressure inside and outside the syringe equal again.
both temperature and pressure increase as you go down inside earth. hi I am epic
A can or container can stay rigid due to equal pressure from the inside and the outside. When the atmospheric pressure from the outside increases mote than the pressure pushing out from the inside, the material gets crushed.
Pressure inside your body balances the air pressure outside your body.
If you increase the temperature of a fluid, the pressure in the container increases.
both temperature and pressure increase
Both temperature and pressure increase.
The pressure inside the balloon has to exceed the pressure outside the balloon.
Increased pressure on the inside, or decreased pressure on the outside.
As a tire goes round and round heat builds up inside the heat expands the air inside the tire. On a normal day that he can dissipate but as the temperature on the outside increases is more difficult for the heat (energy) to leave the inside of the tire. As the temperature increases the pressure inside the tire also increases. It is that pressure that can cause the tire to explode.
Inside or outside?
the pressure is reduced.