Let’s talk temperatures
This article covers temperature and what role it plays in designing and operating a pneumatic conveying system.
The world was simpler when Mr. Fahrenheit decided that the coldest temperature the body could endure would be 0 and the hottest 100, and thus his scale went from cold to hot, 0 to 100 degrees, based on what felt good. Mr. Celsius was a little more scientific. He decided that 0 degrees should be the temperature at which water freezes and 100 degrees the temperature at which water boils at
standard pressure conditions.