Isentropic flow in thermodynamics is defined as the process of flow in which heat does not enter or leave the system concerned. There will be no energy transformations due to friction or dissipative effects. The pressure and density of the isentropic flow can be related as P / ργ which can be calculated using this online isentropic flow relation calculator based on the total conditions of physical force and solidity which is said to be a constant.
If the total pressure and density is 100 N/m2 and 2 ρ with specific heat ratio 5. What is the relation?
Isentropic Flow Relation = 100 / 2 5