Rænkīnes hātȝemet

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fram Rænkīne to Rænkīne
Celsius [°C] = ([°R] − 491.67) × 59 [°R] = [°C] × 95 +  491.67
Fārenhād [°F] = [°R] − 459.67 [°R] = [°F] + 459.67
Kelvin [K] = [°R] × 59 [°R] = [K] × 95
For temperature intervals rather than specific temperatures,
1 °R = 1 °F = 59 °C = 59 K
Comparisons among various temperature scales

Rankine is hātȝemet þe bierþ þone nama Scyttisces engineer and physicist William John Macquorn Rankine, þe hit teohhode in 1859.

Se tācn ȝemetu Rænkīnes is °R[1] (oþþe °Ra to healdienne hīe āsundor fram þǣm Rømer and Réaumur hātȝemetum). Nāht on beȝen þǣm Kelvin and Rankine hātȝemetum is ƿǣre nāht, ac þæt Rankines ȝemet is efen mid ānum ȝemete Fārenhādes, būton þonne ān ȝemet Celsius þȳ Kelvin hātȝemete. Hāt −459.67 °F is ƿǣre efen mid 0 °R.


Kelvin Celsius Fahrenheit Rankine
Ƿǣre nāht
(by definition)
0 K −273.15 °C −459.67 °F 0 °R
Frēosende ord ƿæteres[2] 273.15 K 0 °C 32 °F 491.67 °R
Þrīe ord ƿæteres
(by definition)
273.16 K 0.01 °C 32.018 °F 491.688 °R
Sīeðende ord ƿæteres[3] 373.1339 K 99.9839 °C 211.9710 °F 671.641 °R

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  1. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named SP811
  2. Man ȝemæt þone īs ord clǣnes ƿæteres æt 0.000089(10) ȝemetu Celsius - sēo Magnum, B.W. (Sēremōnaþ 1995). "Reproducibility of the Temperature of the Ice Point in Routine Measurements" (PDF). Nist Technical Note 1411. http://www.cstl.nist.gov/div836/836.05/papers/magnum95icept.pdf. Retrieved 2007-02-11. 
  3. For Vienna Standard Mean Ocean Water at one standard atmosphere (101.325 kPa) when calibrated solely per the two-point definition of thermodynamic temperature. Older definitions of the Celsius scale once defined the boiling point of water under one standard atmosphere as being precisely 100 °C. However, the current definition results in a boiling point that is actually 16.1 mK less. For more about the actual boiling point of water, see VSMOW in temperature measurement.