The answer depends on the pressure when the air is let out of the basketball.
You could let the air out and throw it in the garbage.
Simply... the valve is a one way valve that lets in air one way but does not let air out. It it basically a hole with a flap on the inside. The flap closes when pressure is pushing out but opens when pressure is pushing in.. like when you put in the pump nozzle.
it will deflate dick
it will deflate :(
Half court pressure is when the defense, defends from the half court line and does not let you go past it
When air is heated, its volume increases. If you fill a balloon with comparably cold air and then let it touch hotter air, the air inside will expand and thereby increase the pressure on the balloon membrane. If this pressure gets too strong, the balloon might pop.
You have air in your system. there are release valves that let the air out take it a mechanic
Those are actually to let air pressure out that builds up while riding. If you add air to them they will get really stiff.
release the pressure that are in the air shocks. then when u start the car let the vacum ( that runs the air pump in ur car ) for about 10 mins. let air ride rise and sit level
If you push the plunger of a syringe filled with air and let go, it will come back up again! :) :P
You must mean a can that you can heat when open and seal air tight when you let it cool. When you heat it the air inside is heated and expands; so the molecules spread out (less molecules=less air). When the can is sealed and cooled, the molecules move together and that creates a vacuum relative to the outside air pressure, and that pressure crushes the can.
Think of a balloon. Let some air out and the pressure goes down, and the balloon decreases in size.
The holes are there for two reasons. 1. To let air get in, out more easily. 2. To improve the flexibility of the shorts
Differential air pressure is a term of comparison. It may be stated as "the difference in air pressure between..." and finished from there. Let's look at a sentence and then break it down. "The differential air pressure across the body of the 747 is a cause of concern over the life of the aircraft." A jet at altitude has a pressurized cabin. The outside air pressure is very low. (Think Mount Everest. Almost no one climbs it without suplimental oxygen.) There is a difference between the air pressure inside the cabin and the air pressure outside the cabin. This is an instance of differential air pressure. The differential air pressure puts stress on the body of the plane. When the aircraft is back on the ground, the differential pressure disappears. The alternating application and neutralization of stress across the hull damages the structure over the life of the airframe. The differential pressure is the difference between the pressure of the air in the (pressurized) cabin at altitude and the pressure of outside air at that altitude.
Let it fully air dry and it will happen on its own.
The muscles that expand the rib cage relax and let it fall back into place under its own weight. That leads to higher pressure in the lung that outside and so air moved from the high pressure to the low pressure out of the lung.
Turn off the pump, open a faucet and let all the pressure out of the system. Using a tire gauge, check the pressure in the bladder tank. Add or subtract air to make the tanks pressure two pounds less than the turn on pressure of the pump.
It is called high pressure for a good reason. The high pressure side can and will pump the refrigerant back into the can of refrigerant and explode in your hands. One more reason to let the professionals work on the air conditioning in your vehicle.
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I would guess that box is to allow air pressure to escape the trunk , when you close the trunk lid. They have flaps that let air pressure out , but not suck air in. Just a guess!
Well your ear pops because when the pressure in the air suddenly changes, your ears are telling you that the pressure has either become greater or let go a little bit.
Make enquiry's with the manufacturer of the compressor and get the max pressure rating. Then let the pressure in the tank build up to that level. If it does not open get a new valve
there is not enough information. 4 cubic meter of air at 24degC does not define how much air there is, as we don't know the pressure. One thing we do know is that the pressure will double as you are cutting the volume in half (Boyle's law)