Total temperature is combination of the static temperature and velocity relation. Its SI unit is Kelvin.

Where T- static temperature

V- Velocity

Cp- specific heat at constant pressure

Total temperature is combination of the static temperature and velocity relation. Its SI unit is Kelvin.

Where T- static temperature

V- Velocity

Cp- specific heat at constant pressure

Total pressure is the combination of the static pressure and dynamic pressure. Its SI unit is N/m^2.

Where P- static pressure

ρ- density

V- velocity

Specific heat is the ratio of specific heat at constant pressure to the specific heat at constant volume. It is also known as Isentropic expansion factor.

Where Cp- specific heat at constant pressure

Cv- specific heat at constant volume

The Reynold number is the ratio of two forces between inertia force and viscous force. It separates the flow. It is a dimensionless quantity.

**Re=ρ*V*D/μ=V*D/ν**

The Reynold number is the ratio of two forces between inertia force and viscous force. It separates the flow. It is a dimensionless quantity.

Re=ρ*V*L/μ=V*L/ν