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Textbook Problem

For every pound of pressure put on engine coolant, the boiling point of the coolant is raised about.

  1. 2°F(1.1°C)

  • 3°F(1.6°C)
  • 4°F (2.2°C)
  • 5°F(2.7°C)
  • To determine

    The increase in boiling point of coolant when single pound of pressure is applied on it.

    Explanation

    When the engine is heated up the coolant expands and gets pressurized. For the increase in 1 pound of pressure inside the radiator, the coolant’s boiling point is raised about 3F or 1.6C. Radiator caps are used to maintain the pressure which is regulated by PRV’s (pressure relief valves)

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