Explain ballast volume pressure, Physics

Explain Ballast Volume Pressure?

Two containers I and II prodigal with an ideal gas are connected by two small openings of the same area, A, through a ballast volume B. The temperatures and pressures in the two containers are kept constant and equal to P, T and P, 2T respectively. The volume B is thermally isolated, finds the equilibrium temperature and pressure in the ballast volume, supercilious the gas is in the Knudsen regime.

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