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Originally Posted by grahamcrackuh View Post
Am I missing something major? It seems like adding pressure would make it hotter...
Check it out, using basic thermo (which I slept through most of so feel free to correct me):
Pressure*Volume = Molesofgas(R=constant) T
Therefore:
T=PV/nR, so to decrease temperature, one would want to decrease hte pressure.
Yeah, as far as I knew the higher the pressure the higher the temps, would a vacuum be a better idea?
post #102 of 103
Yes, pressurizing something makes it hotter, but one it has been pressurized and then cooled down, it is more dense and as such more conductive of heat. Note that that is simply the theory he was following when he came up with the idea. The reasons it wouldn't work have already been listed, but the basic idea isn't wrong.

If you put your computer in a vacuum chamber there would be no exchange of heat except through direct contact between parts which is much less efficient.
    
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do it. upload to youtube. run crysis. look cool.
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