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Re: S.P.E.A.R.C.O.intercooler guys??
> Thus the above equation becomes
> D = K * P/T
> >From this, Density is seen to increase when Pressure is increased and to
> decrease when Temperature is increased.
> Remember that the Temperature term requires that you use one of the
> absolute temperature scales, commonly the Kelvin scale in which 0 Celsius =
> approx 273 K is used. Any temperatures measured must be converted to K
> temperatures by the equation K = C + 273. If you measure temperatures in
> Fahrenheit degrees then you must convert to C and then K before you do the
> rest of the math.
Thank you Bob! Would you mind commenting on the equations at
These are for an NA engine... would it work for our turbo'd cars?