What temp before over heating

  • I didn't know whether this should be engine or technical zone)) 0_1503237514417_IMG_1518.JPG

    What temp should I think oh maybe I should give it a break it's running hot and what temp will I be at real risk of fully over heating

  • It doenst boil until after 110c, so take it easy from there, or a bit sooner to give you some room to work with.

    For comparison: A car is pretty much steady at 80c under normal operation.

  • Boiling temperature of a liquid is directly proportional to the pressure the pressure to which is exerted on it.

    The radiator is a "closed" system, until you build enough pressure to open the release mechanism of the radiator cap.

    So in some cases, the radiator cap can go faulty, as water shouldn't boil at 100 degrees whilst in the radiator system.

    Boyles Law States: For a fixed amount of an ideal gas kept at a fixed temperature, pressure and volume are inversely proportional. Or Boyle's law is a gas law, stating that the pressure and volume of a gas have an inverse relationship, when temperature is held constant.

    I don't know what temperature before it overheats though.

  • Think it's around 130 degrees approx

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