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Registered: January 2004
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Here the volumetric flow at final boost pressure is calculated as a reciprocating engine will ingest a fixed amount of air for every revolution. Then the specific volume at each stage are calculated because this tells us how dense the air is at each state in the process. With this information we can see what the volumetric flow experienced at the filter is, as this is standard the pressure at where CFMs are evualated.
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