Re: Seeking typical leak flow rate

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Date:         26 Mar 94 00:35:49 PST
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In article <airliners.1994.1021@orchard.Chicago.COM>, rdd@cactus.org (Robert
Dorsett) writes:

Robert, you should have no leakage. It's inefficient; leaks are usually
associated with local structural problems (cracks, etc.)...I'll look around for
actual allowables for you.

Bill McCune
...my company, my opinions-caveat emptor...