There were 10 room each 7m x 7m x 2.6m
Therefore there was 1274 m3 volume altogether.
Turnagain looks to be off by an order of magnitude. There were TEN chambers being fed from one engine.
This is getting tiresome. There were TWO (2) gas chambers at Treblinka. The original THREE (3) room gas chamber and the new TEN (10) room gas chamber. Wiernik gave the dimensions for the ORIGINAL THREE (3) room gas chamber as being 5X5X1.9 meters. That is 47.5 cubic meters per room and 142.5 cubic meters total for the ORIGINAL THREE (3) room gas chamber. What part of there being TWO (2) separate gas chambers at Treblinka don't you understand?
The engine size is not known.
The engine used to produce the lethal CO was a Soviet TANK engine. Not a car engine. Not a truck engine. A TANK engine. That is very specific. The Soviets employed TWO (2) series of TANKS. Not "tankettes" as used in Finland or other armored vehicles. TANKS. Those were the BT series and the T series. The BT series was powered by the N-5 engine that was a repurposed American built Liberty L-12 aircraft engine. The L-12 had a displacement of 27 liters. The last BT tanks built were also powered by the Mikulin 17T engine and the Kharkiv V-2 diesel engine. The 17T engine was a Soviet knockoff of a BMW 46.9 liter gasoline engine. The V-2 is disqualified by being a diesel so the two choices for a tank engine are the L-12 and the 17T. If you have knowledge of other TANK engines used before mid 1942 then name them and give their specifications.
Give your damned arguments, Turnagain!
I have named and quoted eleven (11) witnesses who stated that the gas chamber was hermetically sealed. Six (6) of those witnesses also stated that the air was evacuated from the gas chamber in order to suffocate the victims. Bomba stated that running the TANK engine became too expensive in terms of fuel costs so air was pumped out of the gas/vacuum chamber. Chil Rajchman said that the Germans experimented with pumping the air from the chamber. That should be sufficient proof that the gas chamber, the three room original gas chamber, was hermetically sealed.
Witnesses claim that the TANK engine was started and "revved up" to produce the CO. If we go with the smaller of the two available engines, the 27 liter L-12 and assume a "revved up" 1,600 RPM we have an engine producing 21.6 cubic meters of exhaust per minute. Since the L-12 was a four stroke engine the volume of exhaust can be calculated by dividing the RPM by 2, multiplying that number by 27 and pointing off three (3) places. Assuming that half the cubic volume of the original gas chamber was taken by the victims then we are left with 71.25 cubic meters or about 72 cubic meters of space for the exhaust. Divide that by 21.6 to determine the length of time it would take to achieve a 1 atm (atmosphere) increase in pressure. That is 3.3 minutes which is about twice as long as it would take to stall the engine or cause a structural failure in the building. That leaves about 1.7 minutes of operating time for the engine.
You can fiddle with the engine RPM and the open space of the gas chamber, add the volume of a distribution manifold but the bottom line is that the engine could NOT have been operated except for very short periods of time. There is no consensus on the time the engine operated with claims that it ran for as little as 5-7 minutes up to 20-30 minutes. In either case the engine would stall or the integrity of the gas chamber would be compromised.
That is my argument concerning the hermetically sealed gas chamber and the TANK engine.
Who in the effing hell wants to read the back and forth "is too is not" for thousands of pages?
Well, don't read it. If something doesn't interest you then simply ignore it. Nobody is holding a gun to your head.