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Old 05-10-2004, 10:13 PM   #8
D_REX
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Originally posted by afpdl
The pressure raising in tires comes from moisture in the air thats in the tires, filling them with an inert gas like nitrogen instead will get rid of the pressure fluxuation dramatically.
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PV = nRT

This s the ideal gas law, if temperature increases so will the product of pressure and volume.

I'm trying to figure out how moisture would effect the pressure rise due to temperature. I'm really not very clear on it. You have any links to info?

Thanks,
Dustin
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