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Hi as part of my final year project i am working with a team on the formula student SAE car. As part of the regulations we are limited to an air supply through a 20mm air restrictor, this is situated before the inlet manifold and after the throttle body. My aim is to get the incoming air as cold as possible (-100 degrees c) so that i can ram more air through the restrictor, creating a more better air/fuel mixing ratio. So i am now looking into dry ice, i have been reading your web page and the sorts of things you can do with dry ice fun games, but nothing told me how i can make the air colder and once it has reached a certain temperature how do i maintain it.. It would be nice of you to get back to me or recommend any books that might help me with this.... Look forward to hear from you.. Salis Aamer Final year student PS My email address is Pleasure74@hotmail.com My mobile number is 07957 55 10 44
Re: How do i make the air colder using dry ice
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