How is the net driving pressure difference within a PWR a function of T and H(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

delta P = delta T(Core) * g * partial Rho(T, P(RCS))/partial T * delta H

I get how this correlates to the pressure differential and is found with bernoulli's equation but how does the temperature dependence get added? Do you need to derive from the conservation of energy?

Sorry first post so Im not sure if this is as coherent as I am hoping it is.

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