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Temperature Calculations

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General Informations About Temperature Metrics

  • Celsius: The most known temperature metric that has worldwide acknowledgement. It found by a Swedish Astronome Andres Celsius in 1742. It's most widely used temperature metric in entire world.
  • Fahrenheit: Another one of the most known temperature metrics that found by a german physicist named Gabriel Fahrenheit in 1724. It's widely used on most of the former british colonies such as united states and many pacific island countries.
  • Kelvin: The later most well known temperature metric that found by a scottish scientist Lord Kelvin in 1848. It's mostly used on engineering and physics.
  • Rankine: The temperature metric that found by a scottish engineer named William John Macquorn Rankine in 1859. It's mostly used on thermodynamics, energy manufacturing, and air cooling systems.
  • Reaumur: The temperature metric that found by a french naturalist named René Antoine Ferchault de Réaumur in 1730. It has still some usage on europe's food manufacturing.
  • Newton: The oldest temperature metric that found by famous british scientist Sir Isaac Newton on 1701. It doesn't widely used for anything on this day.
  • Delisle: The temperature metric that found by a french astronome Joseph Nicolas Delisle in 1732. Altough it had some usage on russia in eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, today it doesn't widely used for anything.
  • Romer: The one of the oldest Temperature metric that found by a dannish astronome Ole Christensen Rømer in 1702. Altough it had some usage on denmark in eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, today it doesn't widely used for anything.