Celsius

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Thermodynamics

Celsius is a unit of temperature most commonly used through out the world.   

formula

\(T_{°C}= \frac {T_ {°F}   \;-\;  32°}{1.8} \;\)

\(T_{°C}=273.15° \;-\; T_ {°K} \)

\(T_{°C}= \left( \frac {T_{°R}} {1.8} \right)  \;-\; 273.15°\)

Where:

\(T\) = temperature

\(C\) = celsius

\(F\) = fahrenheit

\(K\) = kelvin

\(R\) = rankine