Molecular-scale temperature

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The molecular-scale temperature is the defining property of the U.S. Standard Atmosphere, 1962. It is defined by the relationship:

Tm(z) is molecular-scale temperature at altitude z;
M0 is molecular weight of air at sea level;
M(z) is molecular weight of air at altitude z;
T(z) is absolute temperature at altitude z.

This is citation of the Technical Report of USAF from 1967. [1]


  1. ^ Brackbill, Jeremiah U.; Nawrocki, Edmund A.; Whitaker, William A. (August 1967). Atmospheric models for use in hydrodynamic computer codes (pdf). AFWL-TR-67-75. Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico (USA): Air Force Weapons Laboratory. Research And Technology Division. Air Force Systems Command. Retrieved 2012-05-30.
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