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Old   December 12, 2008, 23:19
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what's the difference between static and total temperature? which is the real temperature of the fluid? thanks!
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Old   December 13, 2008, 13:36
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T_0 = T[1+(gamma-1)*(M^2)/2] CpT_0 = u^2/2 + Cp*T

where T_0 is the Total temperature and T is the static temperature. If u consider a fluid flowing and consider a fluid particle if this particle is brought to rest adiabatically then the temperature measured by the particle is called Total temperature or stagnation temperature. where the other T is called static temperature. The temperature measured by ur thermometer and ohter insturments.
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Old   December 15, 2008, 05:38
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I see,thank you!
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Old   March 24, 2016, 06:58
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then which one is inlet temperature and which is outlet temperature?
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