|June 9, 2011, 15:39||
Invariance of relative total temperature
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In adiabatic, rectangular duct the total temperature is invariant due to energy conservation
(full proof can be seen here:
If adiabatic, rectangular duct is moving with say, 100 m/s constant velocity and there is flow in it
is the total relative temperature invariant now? I am unsure...
Can someone help?
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