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Yellowjacket
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Last Activity: 03-19-2019, 05:44 PM
Joined: 05-21-2009
Location: Indianapolis
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  • Yellowjacket
    replied to help!
    The temperature of the gases in the combustion chamber are close to 3,000 degrees F. Fortunately they are intermittent, so as long as the material there is conductive the temperature of the material in the combustion zone will not get that hot. Temperatures of the cylinder dome will be somewhere between...
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  • Yellowjacket
    replied to help!
    The problem is that anything other than aluminum is going to melt. The reason is that anything other than a metal doesn't conduct heat away from the combustion chamber. So the surface of the material that you put in there will be a lot hotter than if it was metal and more conductivity. That hotter...
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