# Consider 1-D, steady, inviscid, compressible flow through a convergent nozzle. The total temperature and total pressure are $\mathrm{T}_{0}, \mathrm{P}_{0}$ respectively. The flow through the nozzle is choked with a mass flow rate of $\mathrm{m}_{0} .$ If the total temperature is increased to $4 \mathrm{~T}_{0}$, with total pressure remaining unchanged, then the mass flow rate through the nozzle (A) remains unchanged. (B) becomes half of $\mathrm{m}_{0}$. (C) becomes twice of $\mathrm{m}_{0}$ (D) becomes four times of $\mathrm{m}_{0}$

## Question ID - 155659 | SaraNextGen Top Answer Consider 1-D, steady, inviscid, compressible flow through a convergent nozzle. The total temperature and total pressure are $\mathrm{T}_{0}, \mathrm{P}_{0}$ respectively. The flow through the nozzle is choked with a mass flow rate of $\mathrm{m}_{0} .$ If the total temperature is increased to $4 \mathrm{~T}_{0}$, with total pressure remaining unchanged, then the mass flow rate through the nozzle (A) remains unchanged. (B) becomes half of $\mathrm{m}_{0}$. (C) becomes twice of $\mathrm{m}_{0}$ (D) becomes four times of $\mathrm{m}_{0}$

(B) becomes half of $\mathrm{m}_{0}$.