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Temperature and pressure gradient in a gas

  1. Aug 20, 2010 #1
    I have derived that, when there is a temperature difference (gradient) in a gas (consider a long tube with one end maintained at 100oC and other end maintained at 0oC), there will be a pressure gradient (something similar to Bernoulli's law).
    Please see the attached document or this link for details: http://rejeev.blogspot.com/2010/07/pressure-and-temperature-gradient-in.html" [Broken]
    I would like to know the feedback from the community on this.

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