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EASA Part 66 module 2:
Thermodynamics is the branch of physical science that deals with the relations between heat and other forms of energy.
TEMPERATURE Temperature is a dominant factor affecting the physical properties of fluids. It is of particular concern when calculating changes in the state of gases. The four temperature scales used extensively are the Celsius, the Fahrenheit, the absolute or Kelvin, and the Rankine scales easa part 66 module 2.
The Celsius scale is constructed by using the freezing and boiling points of water, under standard conditions, as fixed points of zero and 100, respectively, with 100 equal divisions between. The Fahrenheit scale uses 32° as the freezing point of water and 212° as the boiling point, and has 180 equal divisions between.
The absolute or Kelvin scale is constructed with its zero point established as minus 273 °C, meaning 273° below the freezing point of water easa part 66 module 2.