The volume correction factor of air at higher or lower temperatures than normal air:
|Temperature||Volume Correction Factor|
Example - Volume Change when Air is Heated
2 m3 of air is heated from 22oC to 43oC. The volume correction factor is 1.08 and the new volume can be calculated as
(2 m3) 1.08 = 2.16 m3
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