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Nitrogen Gas Spring Force and Temperature

DADCO

This application instead uses an adiabatic model, which factors in the increased internal temperature generated by friction. The temperature increase due to friction causes higher pressure rise. Taking these more real-world values into account during tool design, can prevent unexpected challenges when the products are used in high production environments. For general reference, DADCO’s standard product catalogs use an isothermal model, which assumes no change in temperature during use, this matches the Industry Standard used in the Gas Spring market.


Nitrogen Gas Spring Components

Max Spring(s) Pressure Rise

Optional Surge Tank
Tank Model
Length (Y) mm

Port Option
Quantity
System Components
Standard
Qty
Product Description
Charging Pressure
Travel
CAD
PDF
Action
Surge Tanks
Qty
Length (Y)
Port
CAD
PDF
Action
System Calculation
Ambient Temperature
C
Estimated Pressure Rise
Initial
Final
Pressure
psi
Force
lbf
Operating Temperature
C
Estimated Pressure Rise
Initial @ Op. Temp
Final @ Op. Temp
Pressure
psi
Force
lbf