Does antifreeze level effect air conditioner temperature?
no, antifreeze is engine coolant a/c uses different refrigerent in a sealed unit, works like a refrigerator
check antifreeze level
Added antifreeze to surge tank on 2000 Alero now antifreeze leaks from back of engine only sometimes?
When running the air conditioner, there might be a small leak of fluid on the 2000 Alero after it is parked. This is normal as it is only the overflow valve being released. Always check the antifreeze level before operating the vehicle in the summer to prevent low antifreeze warnings.
Once this setting is activated the air conditioner will gradually increase the temperature during your sleep time. This slight increase in temperature will not affect your comfort level due to the natural effects that sleeping has on the body, but it will save on the energy consumption of the unit, in effect lowering your power bill with regular use.
Why your temperature needle going up an down when you drive on the freeway and then at 55mph up stay mostly down?
Check your antifreeze level.
The Fermi level starts to change location when temperature reaches 300K as a room temperature and Fermi level will getting close to conduction band or valence band depending on energy band gap determines.
The effect of temperature on pH is that it makes it higher or lower. Added: Cf. answer to: Who could supply a chart temperature pH level? [http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_could_supply_a_chart_temperature_pH_level] and 2 related links to that.
low side readings between 30 to 40psi and the high side between 200 to 250psi depending on the outside temperature…………….
Depends on the ambient air temperature, humidity level, and type of refrigerant used.
The higher the elevation, the colder it gets.
Zero Field Cooling - Field Cooling Measuring an effect from a field in the two following ways: ZFC- Applying the field at a relatively low temperature compared to a characteristic temperature and continuously measuring the effects of the field as you raise the temperature to a level well above the characteristic level. FC - Applying the field at a relatively high temperature compared to a characteristic temperature and continuously measuring the effects of the field… Read More
Pressure test the cooling system Monitor antifreeze level
Evaporation. There would be very little contraction as the result of temperature. however the temperature doesn't effect evaporation.
1. Temperature. 2. P.H level. 3. Enzyme concentration
use half water half antifreeze to the fill level
YOUR THERMOSTAT MAT BE STUCK OPEN. first check your coolant level if low add 50/50 mix antifreeze and water make sure it is the correct antifreeze. cheaper easier fix. other wise clogged line, thermostat, guage
The Greenhouse effect has brought about many negative results. Such results include; distorted agricultural patterns, rise in sea level and rise in temperature of the Earth.
How does the level of air temperature effect the growth of mold on white bread and why is this a good question?
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no it doesnt.im doing a science project on it but i cant find any atricles about it
effect of ph and concentration of subtrate
it can show you where the worst storms are and how bad they are based on their temperature and dew point level.
-blood pressure -blood glucose level - level of water (intake of fluids) - salt - alcohol - exercise (sweat) - external temperature
1-Cold weather - normal operation. 2-Computer reset, especially after battery replacement. 3-Low coolant (antifreeze) level. 4-Stuck IAC. 5-Air conditioner turned on. Defroster included.
These effects are the same when dissolving anything into anything. Stirring, or motion, is the key. Stirring plays a role because it is motion in the solvent at the macro level. The temperature of the solvent (water) plays a role because the higher the temperature the more motion in the volume at the molecular level.
At sea level and at 15 °C air has a density of approximately 1.225 kg/m3 or 2.0655 lb/yd3
The higher above sea level you are, the colder the temperature becomes. This is because the air is constantly filled with air molecules. They are tightly packed together, but the higher above sea level you go, the more spaced out the molecules become. Because of their separation, height above sea level creates colder weather.
You should ensure that you have the antifreeze/coolant level at it's recommended level. If it seems to be low all of the time you have a breech in your gasket system allowing the coolant to leak into the oil crankcase or into the cylinder head and out through the exhaust system.
You should get that checked out of a mechanic because that might mean your car is over heating. Check your Coolant or Antifreeze level.
pH level 7.9-8.4 light water- fresh, brackish salt wind humidity temperature
It causes Global Warming,as the temperature increses , Green house effect .As carbon dioxide trapes heat.
It will cool down water temperature when by melting down AND it will lift up the water level in the aquarium
If you are referring to the temperature reading on the gauge, then it's possibly a bad thermostat. It will also read 'cold' until the engine has sufficiently warmed up. Lack of fluid (water and/or antifreeze) in the radiator. Low engine temperature (bad thermostat). Low coolant level. Bad gauge. Wiring issue. Coolant temperature sensor bad or not correctly grounded. Problem in an electornic control module.
The air conditioner. However, the fans do nothing to affect either the temperature or the humidity,so the level of comfort is much less. We suggest sealing the room or other space as much as possible, and running the A/C at a level that is just comfortable. If the unit is exposed to the sun, providing it some shade will help a lot. Avoid opening doors, shut down unnecessary sources of heat, and stay comfortable (and… Read More
Air-conditioning is a process that simultaneously conditions air; distributes it combined with the outdoor air to the conditioned space; and at the same time controls and maintains the required space's temperature, humidity, air movement, air cleanliness, sound level, and pressure differential within predetermined limits for the health and comfort of the occupants, for product processing, or both. Refrigeration is the cooling effect of the process of extracting heat from a lower temperature heat source, a… Read More
It is the effect of air pressure. The air pressure at the top of a mountain is less than the air pressure at sea level. The effect of air pressure on a water surface is to prevent or oppose water molecules escaping from the surface. The greater the air pressure, the more heat energy is needed to allow the water molecules to escape and so at sea level the water will boil at a higher… Read More
The conditions that effect enzymes are Ionic conditions, Temperature, and pH levels. When these 3 conditions are at optimum level the enzyme functions extremely well.
check your antifreeze level (there should be an overflow tank with add and full lines) make sure there is antifreeze in there if there isn't add a 50/50 mix until it is full, start the engine, run for a few minutes and shut off. check the level again once it cools off. check your antifreeze level (there should be an overflow tank with add and full lines) make sure there is antifreeze in there if… Read More
The temperature of boiling water at sea level is 100 The temperature of boiling water at sea level is 211.149°F.
Are you sure the thermostat is installed correctly, or is it low on antifreeze? I would check the antifreeze level first.
When the engine is cold , the coolant ( antifreeze and preferably distilled water mixed 50 / 50 , no more than 60 % antifreeze ) is up to the cold mark in the engine coolant white plastic reservoir
Antifreeze is a chemical additive mixed with water. Must be 50/50 mixed with the right type of antifreeze for the right vehicle. If it gets to thick, the PH level is high and not the right content of water is mixed with the chemical additive.
Why would the air conditioner in a 1999 Mercury Cougar only blow warm air if the switch turns on and the freon level is full?
There is 2 possible problems -# 1 your a/c system is over charged . # 2 The temperature control valve is not working properly
Drain radiator Re-fill with a 50/50 mix of antifreeze and water RE-fill slowly to prevent an air lock Run vehicle to normal operating temperature with heater on and recheck coolant level
The best place to put a temperature is in a shady spot on a windowsill. The truth is, there is no "Best Spot" many people prefer head level, so that the reading would be more "accurate" but the best place typically differs on a person's opinion. However, if the temperature unit is to be used for an air conditioner, or other system. The "best spot" is typically dictated by the manufacturer.
The most likely answer is that your air conditioner is a machine that is incapable of higher level mental functioning such as learning. As a result, it will not learn a new language no matter how much you yell words in that language at the air conditioner.
Normal antifreeze levels in the coolant recovery tank are around the half way point. This is usually marked with an Full or F on the side.
The greenhouse effect is the natural process by which greenhouse gases keep the earth's temperature at a comfortable level suitable for human existence. The enhanced greenhouse effect is the increase in greenhouse gases that is leading to global warming. The term "enhanced greenhouse effect" is also referred to as the "anthropogenic greenhouse effect" and is the idea that humans may have an effect on global climate. It is also referred to as the "runaway greenhouse… Read More
Rigor mortis is affected by the temperature and the weight of the victim But generally speaking once a body is totally stiff at least how long has it been dead?
12 hours ________ Rigor mortis usually starts 2-4 hours after death but take a full effect within 6 to 8 hours. It depends on several factors like the genetics, the level of fitness of the person and the level of physical activity the person has undertaken before death and as you said, temperature has an effect too.
So long as the temperature of the engine is OK and you make sure that the reservoir is at approximately the right level it is fine to drive the car. If your cooling system is leaking I would have it fixed however before it gets too bad.
Check freon level first
The greenhouse effect is caused on a molecular level by the greenhouse gases combing, thus forming the greenhouse effect and that's what causes it to be on a molecular level.