What is the rate of peak overpressure arising from an LPG cylinder explosion?
Somewhere between 8-10 PSI
96 jx convertable is giving a Code 43 on the check engine lite 43 Peak primary coil current not achieved with max dwell time or 43 Cylinder misfire or 43 Problem in power module to logic modu Why?
Why does CHT cylinder head temp. peak come before EGT exhaust gas temp. peak and what is the relationship between the two that would indicate an engine problem?
combustion happens in the cylinder for the CHT so that is why temp peaks there first - then the hot gas is exhausted for the EGT - i would guess that a larger than normal difference between the temps would indicate a problem with gas flow, perhaps a breach or blockage in a cylinder or the exhaust system
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A: AC or our line voltage is sinusoidal in nature it goes up to a positive peak returns to zero and proceed to the negative peak. 120V AC is actually swinging from peak to peak. It is 120 volts but the peak is the 120 v times 1.41 or 169.2 volts and since it also go negative then the peak to peak 120 volts times 2.82 or 338.40 volts or twice the peak voltage
This is one of the factors that determines the peak horsepower and peak torque which the engine will be capable of delivering. Here's why. When one of the engine's pistons is at the bottom of its stroke, so that its cyclinder has maximum capacity, that cyclinder will have a volume equal to the rating of the engine in cubic centimetres divided by the number of engine cylinders. The cylinder volume is how much air and…
Conversions of RMS voltage, peak voltage and peak-to-peak voltage. That are the used voltages. The expression "average" voltage is used for RMS voltage. Scroll down to related links and seach for "RMS voltage, peak voltage and peak-to-peak voltage". Answer 'Average' is not the same as 'root mean square'. As the average value of a sinusoidal voltage is zero, you cannot convert it to a peak-to-peak value.
200 volts peak-to-peak is 100 volts peak, which is 70.7 volts rms (standing for root-mean-square) also called "effective". This 70.7 volts is the DC voltage with the same heating power as the peak-to-peak. The relationship is: rms (aka RMS) equals peak-to-peak divided by 2, then divided again by square-root of 2 (1.414). The division by 2 gets us from peak-to-peak to just peak. The next division takes us to rms. If you get an AC…