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    The pressure is to be raised from atmospheric to 7 psi (4.83 bar). The process is adiabatic, and the volume is constant and unknown. The effect on air temperature and air density are required. Ie, temperature rise and density increase.

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    Here the process is adiabatic- means there is no heat exchange between the system and the surroundings. The system is assumed to be closed, thermally and mechanically

    The initial pressure of the system P1 =1 atmosphere =1 bar
    Final pressure P2 =4.83 bar

    The ...

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    The expert determines the pressure's effects on temperature/density in an adiabatic process.