Evaporator temp should be 15 Degrees. Gauge pressure should be around 15psig
between 35/60 psi.
52 degrees Celsius
The fuel pressure on a 1998 Ford Escort should be between 40 and 60 psi at idle and not drop below 35psi under acceleration.
Sterilization with steam under pressure. mainly at 121 degrees C, 15 pounds of pressure and for 20 mins. Pressure should be 1.2 Kg/cm
you should always check your tire inflation pressure when your tires are cold, and inflate them to the recommended pressure at that time. A good estimate to use when comparing tire pressure to air temperature is for every 10 degrees F, tire pressure will adjust by 1 psi. For example, if the outside air temperature increases 10 degrees, the tire pressure will increase by 1 psi. Conversely, if the air temperature falls 10 degrees, the tire pressure will decrease by 1 psi.
Acceleration must be constant to use kinematic equations. Acceleration need not be constant if working with energy.
Should this question be? = What is the volume of 1 cu ft of water vapor at 100 degrees F and atmospheric pressure? = It's initial volume doesn't matter as you only want to know what its final volume is.
Look at the charging chart in the unit for the answer.
Some cars have a switch that shuts down the ac when the peddle is maxed out for horsepower increase. But you could also be low on refrigerant, which will make the low pressure switch shut it off on acceleration and not at idle. Check the charge. You should have between 35 to 45 psi at idle. And it should stay around 30psi when you raise the rpm.
The net force equals mass times acceleration. So if mass is held constant then the acceleration should also triple.
The first thing one should do is lay down and raise the legs ten to twenty degrees.
Less refrigerant will be contained in the oil at the higher temperature
Generally this question is asked in reference to water (which is ~100 degrees Celsius) It should be pointed out that the fact that water boils at 100 degrees Celsius and freezes at 0 degrees Celsius at one atmosphere pressure (760 mm Hg) is not a fluke. It was purposely scaled to to water. In general the boiling point is the temperature at which the vapor pressure of a liquid equals the external pressure acting on the liquid. On Earth in the open air the boiling point of a liquid depends on atmospheric pressure. As a consequence the boiling point becomes lower as the external pressure is reduced - as when you go to the peak of a mountain.
Water boils at a temperature greater than 100 oC if the pressure is higher than atmospheric pressure but this has no effect on melting point.
Decreasing washers in the pan decreases mass, so acceleration should increase.
By Newton's Second Law: force = mass x acceleration, or acceleration = force / mass. Since there is a force, there should be an acceleration - a change of velocity.
at idle between 25-35 on acceleration it should get up to around 50psi. if it drops fuel pump is bad you can purchase one on eBay for around $80
yes they should. i it should total= 180 degrees
265 PSI which equals 120 Degrees Fahrenheit, basically you add about 30 to 35 degrees to the outdoor ambient temperature example 90 degree day at 30 to 35degrees which equals 120 degrees on the high side
Acceleration is change in velocity so the direction should be the same
It depends on the type of fowl you are trying to hatch. Chickens eggs should be incubated at 100 degrees Turkeys eggs should be incubated at 99 degrees Ducks eggs should be incubated at 100 degrees Geese eggs should be incubated at 99 degrees Guinea Fowl eggs should be incubated at 100 degrees
The supplementary angle of 45 degrees is 135 degrees.
You should generally sail with high pressure, as low pressure often brings storms.
Fuel pressure should read no less then 9 LBS. and no more then 13 LBS. And yes it should hold the pressure with key on, engine off.