Originally Posted by amoosenamedhank
That doesn't work... The turbo is what would be pumping air into the room. It's the variable. The room is the engine, it's the constant.
I specifically said the concept is similar, it helps you get an idea. But you still have volume and PSI in both scenarios. The nubers are different not the theory. Besides the WG keeps airflow of the turbo constan
t. Why is it so hard to understand this?
Theres a certain amount of volume within a restriction.This volume within the restriction has a mass. The numeric values of volume and mass are dependent not only in PSI, but turbo size as well. If a t25 flows 200 CFM at 18psi and a T88 flow 500 CFM at 18 PSI. Which is producing more airflow with more mass, making higher cylidender pressures thus making more power?
Its simple physics, more specifically thermodynamics.