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    ... and if we just ... Mountain Bike Pressure Temperature Calculator V4.0

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    Mountain Bike Pressure Temperature Calculator

    Input Parameters
    Riding Pressure Riding Temperature Pump Temperature Temperature Scale

    Output Parameters
    Riding Degrees Kelvin Pump Degrees Kelvin Pump Pressure Deviation

    Just A Little Simple Tool: Illustrating how pressure varies with temperature. Provided your air shock seals are well maintained and the shock is not leaking, shock air pressure is directly proportional to changes in temperature. The formula is P1/P2=T1/T2 where pressure is any one of the standard units and temperature is in degrees Kelvin. Transposing gives P2=(P1*T2)/T1.

    Usage: Record for future reference all current pressure settings. The riding and pump temperatures must be the same, i.e. determine pressure settings during a ride. Use the calculator to compensate for extreme differences in riding and pump temperatures. Enter your riding pressure, riding temperature, pump temperature (typically room temperature) and the calculator will find the pump pressure required to give you the desired riding pressure for the given riding temperature. Clicking Submit reveals that you need to pump to 220psi @ 22c for a riding pressure of 200psi @ -5c.



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    Mountain Bike Pressure Temperature Calculator V4.0
    
    Copyright (C) 2004 Michael R Young
    
    This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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