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Old 01-16-2013, 07:36 PM   #11
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Also, the pressure needed to keep it from flashing at those temperatures isn't as high as you might think.
> 678 psia?


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> 678 psia?
That sounds about right. I don't remember the exact number from training but the table I just looked up had it right between 600 psia and 700 psia, but it was too coarse to tell anything more than that.
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