I believe soJune 15 2012 at 1:45 PM
|Ron (Login oo7fuzz)|
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Response to Ron Are you saying that water vapor, water in gaseous form,
Air and water vapor are both ingested into the springer in gaseous form. Each will eventually be heated. Air will shed it's energy via expansion and water vapor which is really steam transformed into superheated steam (very dry) will shed its energy via condensing.
Molecule for molecule, the superheated steam contains more energy than air.
My dilema is wheather the superheated steam will condense in the barrel while the expanding air is cooling. Perhaps this is so. If so, then the water vapor which has been changed to super heated steam in the compression chamber will once again become only water vapor with no energy to advance the pellet beyond that of the compressed air.