Boost questions?

So boost is measured by how much the air is compressed because when the volume decreases the pressure increases and if you increase the volume of air and compress it you have a higher boost pressure? Is this correct? How can you be producing more boost when at lower air masses than at higher air masses? Example 9psi@30lb/min 20psi@20lb/min How is this possible? When there is more pounds of air flowing wouldnt there be more boost because more air is flowing? Or does it depend on volume rather than pounds? Can you please explain this to me in detail?

Answer:
Check out the website below for a good discussion on boost. Boost is a tough concept to understand without the proper engineering background but the level that you set it to is an optimization depending on the performance capability of the engine.

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