Thermophysical properties of liquid secondary refrigerants.
|Title||Thermophysical properties of liquid secondary refrigerants.|
|Publisher:||Paris : International Institute of Refrigeration|
|Abstract:||Charts and tables of properties of aqueous solutions and some non-aqueous liquids used as secondary refrigerants: ethylene and propylene glycols, ethanol, methanol, glycerol, ammonia, potassium carbonate, calcium, magnesium and sodium chlorides, and potassium acetate. Mostly drawn from the literature, with some experimental viscosity measurements. Table headings alternate curiously between English and French.|
|Properties:||Prandtl number; boiling point; density; heat capacity; melting point; specific heat; surface tension; thermal conductivity; thermal expansion; viscosity; volumetric expansion|
|Compounds:||ammonia; ethanol; ethylene glycol; glycerol; refrigerants|
|UT Libraries Call Number:||TP 492.8 T43 1997|
|UT Libraries Location:||CHEM REF|
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