Property tables for thermal fluids engineering.
|Title||Property tables for thermal fluids engineering.|
|Publisher:||Cambrigde Univ. Press|
|Abstract:||Engineering properties of pure fluids and gases. Tables duplicate those in the texts "Thermodynamics: concepts and applications" and "Thermal-fluid sciences: an integrated approach" by the same author, Stephen R. Turns. Includes data for refrigerant R-134a and the atmosphere at high altitudes. Separate sections for SI and U.S. customary units.|
|Properties:||density; enthalpy; entropy; Gibbs free energy of formation; heat capacity; internal energy; Prandtl number; specific heat; specific volume; surface tension; thermal conductivity|
|Compounds:||air; ammonia; carbon dioxide; carbon monoxide; fuels; gases; graphites; helium; hydrogen; nitric oxide; nitrogen; oxides; oxygen; refrigerants; solids; steam; water|
|UT Libraries Call Number:||TJ 265 T86 2007|
|UT Libraries Location:||CHEM STACKS|
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