It's only the lowest pressure point in vaccum (TB closed) right?because the intake manifold is the lowest pressure point in the system air flows to it from the intake track, through the crankcase, to the intake manifold
it blows by the cylinder rings from the combustion chamber...... which is funny because at WOT blow by is higher (because cylinder pressure is higher, that whole pressure differential thing, yet again) but the damn intake stops sucking, WTF.It's only the lowest pressure point in vaccum (TB closed) right?
How does the crank case build pressure?
when the throttle opens the intake manifold goes from vacuum (sucking) to no vacuum (not sucking), so now for a pressure differential to exist, and flow to happen, the pressure in thecrankcase has to come up higher than the intake and intake tract.......... and this is a point of confusion.......... because......... when you identify compartments to identify pressure differentials and such, the largest container and easiest to overlook some times it the whole freaking atmosphere of the earth.:thinking:
That's typical in many engineering departments...go to a physics department, they'll teach you the right way!Big J for some reason you sound like my last semester classes LOOL, but so far i love the way you're describing everything specially how your using diferent laws of phisics without using the long hateful formulas they teach like bernoulli's principle, dude have you ever though of studying engineering or something? BTW you explain stuff way better than some college profesors i have giving me classes... keep posting!!