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91 4.0 6 cyl Rough ideal wont stay running. blue smoke

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A 89 suzuki sidekick ideal fast when cold when it warm up ideal slow down is this normal

Yes you car chokes itself and runs more gas and less air as the air expands more when cold which makes your car idle higher if it didn't do this it would actually die.

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How to calculate volume

Use the Ideal Gas Law
Use n=1.40 mol,
T=(273-4) K

P=1.20* 101325 Pa
The result will be in cubic meters. Convert that into liters.
1 m^3 =1000 L
I trust you can continue on your own.

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Ideal icons boiler code h1

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This is a colemon evcon electric furnace for mobile home the blower work fine just won't put out no more heat any ideals

when the fan is operating, is the fan switch on the thermostat in "on" or "auto" position? if it\'s in the \'auto\' position, then the stat is calling for heat ok. if so, you should check the safety controls for closure...i.e., the rollout switches (if there are any) and the high limit control, you should also measure the voltage at the gas valve. if you have 22 -27 volts at the gas valve, and you have all upstream gas open, and you have gas available (not shut off by gas company), but still no fire, then you probably have a defective gas valve. otherwise, if you have a wiring diagram, it should be easy to find the problem.

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The volume of gas sample is 100ml when the temperature, is 27 degrees c what will be the volume of the gas at 37degrees c if the barometer reading remains the same?

To solve this problem you can use the physical law of ***-Lussac, a special case of the Ideal Gas Law for isobaric processes. For an ideal gas, the quotient V / T is a constant, if the gas pressure is constant. V = volume of the gas, T = temperature of the gas in degrees Kelvin.
  • 27°C = ( 273.15 + 27 ) °K = 300.15 °K
  • 37°C = ( 273.15 + 37 ) °K = 310.15 °K
According to the law of ***-Lussac, V1 / T1 = V2 / T2 = const., we get an equation (V1 = 100ml, T1 = 300.15 °K, V2 is the unknown volume, T2 = 310.15 °K):
  • 100 ml / 300.15 °K = V2 / 310.15 °K
  • => V2 = 100 ml × 310.15 °K / 300.15 °K = 103.33 ml

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Ideal gasoline

87 octane is ideal for your accent.

It's a little commuter car. It's designed to save you money.
Anything over 87 is just a waste of money, UNLESS your engine is knocking at 87. Then you should step up to the next highest grade.
89 is a made up octane. It's just a mix of the lowest grade and the highest grade. I used to work at a mobil gas station for a year, and the only grades i knew wer 87 and 93, but 89 was an available option. it's just a way for oil companies to benefit off of ignorance.
91 and 93 is for high performance engines, turbo-induction, superchargers, that sort of stuff.
you should be fine sticking with the 87 though, but move up to "89 octane" or 91/93 if your engine knocks a lot.
hope this helps.

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