...gas law

**to**take that value**to SCFM**(60F and 14.696psi). Once in**SCFM**, use the ideal gas law**to**go from your 55C (131F) same pressure**to**get it into**ACFM**. In your case, Ideal gas law PV=nT, so ...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/06/2010

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**to**the air flow at the condition of 1500-2000**SCFM**, or CFM at Standard ... F. and 14.696 psi. 312**ACFM**refers**to**the conditions of the air at ...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 15/12/2007

**SCFM**( Standard Cubic Feet per Minute) by convention refers**to**the volume corrected**to**14.7 psia and 60 ...way**to**state the volume at 120 psi is**to**say 120**ACFM**( Actual Cubic Feet per ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/04/2008

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**scfm**at 40 psi would be reduced**to**14.7 divided by (40 + 14.7) times 10 with the result being 2.687**acfm**(actual cubic feet per minute.) leaving the compresor So if you neglect...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/11/2013

.... State them in absolute terms and use the ideal gas law

**to**convert them**to**standard conditions which are 14.7 psia and 60...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/09/2009

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**scfm**-**acfm**-icfm-d_1012.html**SCFM**= Standard Cubic Feet per ... means that it is used**to**figure how much air you have entering a compressor...7 Answers · Home & Garden · 30/03/2010

... / min Qm = 1.52685061

**ACFM**Flow at standard ...) Qm(std) = 67.6**SCFM**Edit: Eeek! ... is near the specific gravity (**to**air at std conditions) that...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 13/09/2009

... though, in order

**to**size a compressor, you need**to**know the**SCFM**. Air compressor companies rate their compressors in terms of**ACFM**because the properties of air changes...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 24/02/2008

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**to**know if you want actual cubic feet per minute (**ACFM**) or standard cubic feet per minute (**SCFM**).**ACFM**is based on the actual pressure and temperature of the air...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01/11/2008

...atm) or 14.73 PSI (30 inHg) of pressure. Please read below: ACFM = SCFM X 14.7 /14.7 + psig X 460 + °F/530 To demonstrate, plug in the following values and work the math: SCFM ...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/03/2007