Why would the oil pressure go from about 40 up to almost the red lineit on a dodged 4x4 with a 5.2?
Its because your head gasket blew, filling your crankcase with coolant, diluting your oil, making it pump oil much faster. Can also be caused by a faulty plenum pan gasket leaking.This can cause an erratic oil pressure.The gakets break and will cause oil to be consumed through the p.c.v. valve into the intake.This gasket is located and mounted to the intake on the bottom side.
If you dodged a bullet, you had a very narrow escape. The image is of someone actually managing to get out of the way of a bullet fired at them. If you barely escaped something bad, you'd say "I really dodged the bullet." This is usually a figurative danger rather than a literal one -- mostly you hear the phrase in terms of a bad situation at work or home. An example would be "You…
Why would an oil pressure gauge on an 1999 Chevy siliverado go up to almost 80 when your RPM's are almost at 6 and drop down to normal when ideling?
In short, yes. The commonly-reported "pressure" talked about by meteorologists has been extrapolated down to sea level to eliminate pressure differences caused by altitude (air pressure drops much more quickly with height than it does between even the strongest high and low pressure systems). Air pressure sometimes refers to the pressure observed at a location and not adjusted down to sea level, whereas barometric pressure almost always refers to a sea-level pressure. But maybe this…
Dry Ice doesn't have a liquid state under normal conditions; it transforms straight from solid to gas. In order to melt dry ice, it would need to be at a higher outside pressure than our atmosphere provides -- at least five times the air pressure at sea level. Then it would melt, but at normal Earth temperatures, would almost immediately boil.
The air on Venus is not the kind of air that you could breathe, because there is no oxygen in it. The composition is almost entirely carbon dioxide, with about 3.5% nitrogen and a small amount of sulfur. At the surface, the pressure is 92 times the sea-level pressure on Earth, which would crush humans. The average temperature is incredibly hot, about 460°C (860°F).
Jupiter is a gas planet, it's made almost entirely of hydrogen and some helium. A human explorer would fall through the gas until they are crushed by the increasing pressure. Temperature also increases with pressure, eventually it gets so hot that the unfortunate explorer will be separated into his constituent atoms and become part of Jupiter's atmosphere.
According to ideal gas eqation if pressure is double to initial pressure then what happens to the volume?
if the well pressure switch goes with the tank then the second floor pressure would more closely match the well pressure setpoints and the ground floor would have slightly higher pressure. with the tank and pressure switch on the lower floor the lower floor would more closely see the well pressure setpoints and the second floor would get slightly lower pressure.
31 miles is 163,680 feet. At that altitude, there is almost no air pressure, and it is intensely cold. Your tsunami would attempt to boil (due to low air pressure) while it was freezing (about -90 degrees F). The falling ice would probably go a few hundred miles inland. Interesting question, though. Why 31 miles high?
First of all your entire body would bulge out do to instant lack of air pressure. Any air you have in your lungs would get sucked out immediately due to the complete vacuum of space. Next you would freeze almost instantly due to the almost absolute zero temperatures of space. Next you would start glowing like a neon sign do to your lack of protection against solar radiation. You would be bombarded with radiation of…
Why would a denser fluid exert stronger pressure on an object in the fluid than a less dense fluid would?
Why would Oil pressure drops at idle to almost there is no knocks or noise in the engine. It's a little 4 cyl Chevy S-10 1998. Only 154000 miles.?
Discuss the possible variations that would affect pressure if hot fluid is used in a pressure calibrator?
If you mean by air pressure, High air pressure is how much air there is upon you. IF you were on the death valley, you would have lots of air pressure. If you were on a mountain, there would be little air pressure. If there is high pressure, there is good weather If you mean the other pressure, then it is this. If there is a lot of pressure, then you are intimidated, and there…