Drive the expression for critical pressure ratio, Mechanical Engineering

Drive the expression for critical pressure ratio for steam nozzle and illustrate critical pressure.

Air flows in a 200cm2 duct at a velocity of 180 m/s, a pressure of 119 KPa and a temperature of 280C determine temperature, pressure and area required when the flow becomes sonic.

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