Rayleigh Flow Calculator 
Onedimensional compressible flow of an ideal gas in a frictionless constant area duct with heat transfer. 

Register to enable "Calculate" button. Rayleigh flow calculation is mobiledevicefriendly as of June 12, 2014 Equations for Rayleigh Calculation (Fox and McDonald, 1978; Munson et al., 1998; Shames, 1992): P_{o}/P_{o}^{*} = (k+1)/(kM^{2} + 1){[ (2/(k+1)][1 + (k1)M^{2} / 2]}^{k/(k1)} T_{o}/T_{o}^{*} = 2 M^{2} (k+1)[1 + (k1)M^{2} / 2] / (1 + kM^{2})^{2} P/P^{*} = (k+1) / (1 + kM^{2}) T/T^{*} = [(k+1)M / (1 + kM^{2})]^{2} V/V^{*} = (k+1)M^{2} / (1 + kM^{2}) Variables for Rayleigh Calculation (* indicates sonic conditions): References: Munson, B.R., D. F. Young, and T. H. Okiishi. 1998. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. 3ed. Shames, I. H. 1992. Mechanics of Fluids. McGrawHill, Inc. 3ed.
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