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Bottom time on LP vs HP » OK so I have read so any threads on steel LP vs HP, and a few people have asked the same question but no one seems to answer it, they just seem to get into the discusion about over filling. Ok lets try and get pass this and get to the basic question will you increase your bottom when diving on a…

Gas Properties » Pump gas molecules to a box and see what happens as you change the volume, add or remove heat, and more. Measure the temperature and pressure, and discover how the properties of the gas vary in relation to each other. Examine kinetic energy and speed histograms for light and heavy particles. Explore diffusion and determine how concentration, temperature, mass, and radius affect the rate of diffusion.

Ideal gas law, MAT correction » Start your General Tuning Discussions here. Get help with a tuning job and opinions on tuning strategies from experienced tuners from around the world.

superheated steam and gas laws » will the superheated steam obeys the perfect gas laws. because in our power plant the hp steam before going to the superheater the pressure is 124 bar and temp is 330deg but after coming out of the super heater the temp increases up to 560deg but in pressure there is no change. but according to…

Overfilling HP steel tanks » There is always lots of debate about the merits of overfilling LP steel tanks. However, in my searches, I couldnt find anything on overfilling HP steel tanks. Putting aside the "should tanks be overfilled at all" argument for a minute, is there any good reason why LP steel tanks are…

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