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comment Modeling Syringes e.g. with the ideal gas law
More info.....I'm still struggling so please dont forget me. I found this link very useful: homepages.wmich.edu/~dschreib/Courses/Chem430/RvPDff2.htm
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answered Flow rate of a syringe
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comment Modeling Syringes e.g. with the ideal gas law
Thks The syringe plunger is moved by applying a pressure to the back face. On the front face there is a liquid (not a gas). For the time being I just focusing on modeling the gas pushing on the back face of the plunger. At time zero the plunger is at rest and the gas volume and pressure are zero. Then I open the gas flow that varies in time and also does the pressure. The syringe (about 12mm internal diameter) will move very slowly (45mm in 15mins). I consider the gas temperature constant. I have the gas flow and pressure versus time (derived by experimentation). The gas is hydrogen. D.
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