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Re: Find the Speed Limit of a Piston?

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Please do!
I added solenoid Cv values to it to remove the ACd calculation for the solenoids.

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Re: Find the Speed Limit of a Piston?

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Quick question about this: You said that the tubing only allows 1 cfm, but the solenoids we consider as "low flow" are listed as 0.22 Cv and 220 L/min, which convert to ~8.1 CFM and ~7.8 CFM, respectively. Why would the valves be designed to allow such high flow rates through if the tubing they connect to does not allow a flow nearly that high?
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I think I was using 10CFM and left off the last digit.
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