This database is included in the NIST ChemWeb Book. Accurate thermophysical properties are available for several fluids. These data include the following: density, Cp, enthalpy, internal energy, viscosit, Joule-Thomson coefficient, specific volume, Cv, entropy, speed of sound, thermal conductivity, and surface tension (saturation curve only).
Practicing engineers and scientist will benefit from this book's presentation of the most accurate information on the subject. The equations for fifteen important cryogenic fluids are presented in a basic format, accompanied by pressure-enthalpy and temperature-entropy charts and tables of thermodynamic properties. The book is supported by ICMPROPRS - an interactive computer program for the calculation of thermodynamic properties of the cryogenic fluids - that can be downloaded from the World Wide Web. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book — 1 online resource (220 pages). Digital: text file; PDF.
Preface Second Edition. Preface First Edition. Acknowledgments. Symbols.
Chapter 1 Importance and uses of cryogenic fluid properties. 1.1 Thermodynamic property information. 1.2 Thermodynamic property formulations. 1.3 Special considerations for modeling cryogenic fluids. 1.4 Computer programs for thermodynamic property calculation.
Chapter 2 Equation of State Development and Use. 2.1 Fundamental Equations of State. 2.2 Development of thermodynamic property formulations. 2.3 Use of fundamental equations of state for cryogenic fluids. 2.4 Ancillary functions.
Chapter 3 Helium. 3.1 Formulation for Helium. 3.2 Property Plots for Helium. 3.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Helium.
Chapter 4 Hydrogen. 4.1 Formulation for Parahydrogen. 4.2 Property Plots for Parahydrogen. 4.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Parahydrogen. 4.4 Formulation for Hydrogen. 4.5 Property Plots for Hydrogen. 4.6 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Hydrogen. 4.7 Formulation for Orthohydrogen.
Chapter 5 Deuterium. 5.1 Formulation for Deuterium. 5.2 Property Plots for Deuterium. 5.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Deuterium.
Chapter 6 Neon. 6.1 Formulation for Neon. 6.2 Property Plots for Neon. 6.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Neon.
Chapter 7 Nitrogen. 7.1 Formulation for Nitrogen. 7.2 Property Plots for Nitrogen. 7.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Nitrogen.
Chapter 8 Air. 8.1 Formulation for Air. 8.2 Property Plots for Air. 8.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Air.
Chapter 9 Carbon Monoxide. 9.1 Formulation for Carbon Monoxide. 9.2 Property Plots for Carbon Monoxide. 9.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Carbon Monoxide.
Chapter 10 Fluorine. 10.1 Formulation for Fluorine. 10.2 Property Plots for Fluorine. 10.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Fluorine.
Chapter 11 Argon. 11.1 Formulation for Argon. 11.2 Property Plots for Argon. 11.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Argon.
Chapter 12 Oxygen. 12.1 Formulation for Oxygen. 12.2 Property Plots for Oxygen. 12.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Oxygen.
Chapter 13 Methane. 13.1 Formulation for Methane. 13.2 Property Plots for Methane. 13.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Methane.
Chapter 14 Krypton. 14.1 Formulation for Krypton. 14.2 Property Plots for Krypton. 14.3 Thermodynamic Data Tables for Krypton.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
This update to a classic reference text provides practising engineers and scientists with accurate thermophysical property data for cryogenic fluids. The equations for fifteen important cryogenic fluids are presented in a basic format, accompanied by pressure-enthalpy and temperature-entropy charts and tables of thermodynamic properties. It begins with a chapter introducing the thermodynamic relations and functional forms for equations of state, and goes on to describe the requirements for thermodynamic property formulations, needed for the complete definition of the thermodynamic properties of a fluid. The core of the book comprises extensive data tables and charts for the most commonly-encountered cryogenic fluids. This new edition sees significant updates to the data presented for air, argon, carbon monoxide, deuterium, ethane, helium, hydrogen, krypton, nitrogen and xenon. The book supports and complements NIST's REFPROP - an interactive database and tool for the calculation of thermodynamic properties of cryogenic fluids. (source: Nielsen Book Data)