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Handbook of Thermodynamic Tables

ISBN:
1-56700-046-0 (打印)

Handbook of Thermodynamic Tables

描述

An important compilation of the thermal properties of selected solids, liquids, vapors, and gases. Covers foods, metals, alloys, building materials, industrial gases, refrigerants, and much more. Includes hard-to-find data on thermal conductivities, specific heat capacities, dynamic viscosity, and properties of compounds.



247 pages, © 1995

目录:

Instruction for Use of Tables
1 Solids
1-1 Thermal Properties of Solid Elements
1-2 Thermal Properties of Solid Inorganic Compounds
1-3 Thermal Properties of Solid Organic Compounds
1-4 Linear Thermal Expansion Coefficient a of Solids in the Temperature Range Between 0 °C and t
1-6 Melting Points of Miscellaneous Solids
1-5 Melting Points of Alloys
1-7 Melting Points of Salts for Salt Baths
1-8 Specific Heat Capacities c and c of Solid Elements
1-9 Specific Heat Capacities c and c of Alloys
1-10 Specific Heat Capacity c of Solid Organic Compounds
1-11 Specific Heat Capacities c and c of Solid Inorganic Compounds
1-12 Specific Heat Capacity c of Miscellaneous Solid Substances
1-13 Specific Heat Capacity c of Some Foods
1-14 Thermal Conductivity λ of Metals
1-15 Thermal Conductivity λ of Alloys
1-16 Thermal Conductivity λ of Building Materials
1-17 Thermal Conductivity λ of Miscellaneous Solids
1-18 Thermal Conductivity λ of Insulating Materials
1-19 Thermal Conductivity λ of Fire and Ceramic Bricks
1-20 Thermal Conductivity λ of Burnt Kieselguhr (Diatomaceous Earth)
1-21 Thermal Conductivity λ of Lampblack
1-22 Thermal Properties of Polymer Materials
1-23 Emissivity εn of Metal Surfaces
1-24 Emissivity εn of Nonmetal Surfaces
1-25 Emissivity εn of Paints and Coatings
1-26 Heating Values of Solid Fuels
2 Liquids
2-1 Thermal Properties of Liquids
2-2 Critical Constants of Liquids
2-3 Cubic Expansion Coefficient αv(γ) of Liquids in the Temperature Range between 0°C and t, at a Normal Pressure of 1.013 25 bar ( 760 mm Hg )
2-4 Specific Heat Capacity c of Liquids
2-5 Specific Heat Capacity c of Water (H2O) at a Pressure p = 0.980 665 bar ( = 1 at)
2-6 Specific Heat Capacity c of Water (H2O) at Higher Pressure
2-7 Density ρ of Liquids
2-8 Viscosity (Dynamic Viscosity) η of Liquids
2-9 Thermal Conductivity λ of Liquids
2-10 Thermal Properties of Water (H2O) at Saturation Pressure
2-11 Thermal Conductivity λ of Water (H2O) at Various Pressures
2-12 Composition and Heating Values Hs and Hi of Liquid Fuels
2-13 Composition and Heating Values Hs and Hi of Liquid Fuels
3 Vapors
3-1 Properties of Saturated Steam of Water (H2O) (at a Given Temperature)
3-2 Properties of Saturated Steam of Water (H2O) (at a Given Pressure)
3-3 Critical Constants of Water (H2O)
3-4 Properties of Superheated Steam of Water (H2O)
3-5 Specific Heat Capacities cp and cV of Superheated Steam of Water (H2O) at a Constant Pressure p and a Constant Volume V
3-6 Mean Specific Heat Capacity cp of Superheated Steam of Water (H2O) at a Constant Pressure p (in the Range Between Temperature of Saturation ts, and a Given Temperature t)
3-7 Physical Properties of Frigens
3-8 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 11" — Trichlorfluoromethane (CFCl3)
3-9 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 12"—Dichlorodifluoromethane (CF2Cl2)
3-10 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 12 B1" — Bromochlorodi fluoromethane (CBrClF2)
3-11 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 13" — Trifluoromonochloromethane (CClF3)
3-12 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 13 B1" — Trifluorobromomethane (CBrF3)
3-13 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 14" — Tetrafluoromethane (CF4)
3-14 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 22" — Difluoromonochloromethane (CHClF2)
3-15 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 23"—Trifluoromethane (CHF3)
3-16 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 113" —Trichlorotrifluoroethane (C2Cl3F3)
3-17 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 114" —Dichlorotetrafluoroethane (C2Cl2F4)
3-18 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 115" — Chloropentafluoroethane (C2ClF5)
3-19 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 500" — Azeotropic mixture: mass fraction of Frigen 12 (CCl2F2) 73.8% and R 152a 26.2%
3-20 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 502" — Azeotropic mixture: mass fraction of Frigen 22 (CHClF2) 48.8% and Frigen 115 (C2ClF5) 51.2%
3-21 Properties of Saturated "Frigen 503" — Azeotropic mixture: mass fraction of Frigen 13 (CClF3) 59.9% and Frigen 23 (CHF3) 40.1%
3-22 Physical Properties of Refrigerants
3-23 Properties of Saturated Ammonia (NH3)
3-24 Properties of Saturated Ethane (C2H6)
3-25 Properties of Saturated Methyl Chloride (CH3CL)
3-26 Properties of Saturated Propane (C3H8)
3-27 Properties of Saturated Sulfur(IV)-Dioxide (SO2)
3-28 Properties of Saturated Carbon(IV)-Dioxide (CO2) Solid-Vapor
3-29 Properties of Saturated Carbon(IV)-Dioxide (C02) Liquid-Vapor
3-30 Properties of Saturated Mercury (Hg)
3-31 Physical Properties of Diphyl Mixture: volume fraction of Diphenyl (C12H10) 26.5 % and Diphenyloxide (C12H10) 73.5 %
3-32 Dynamic Viscosity η of Refrigerants at Saturation
3-33 Dynamic Viscosity η of Ammonia (NH3) at Various Pressures and Temperatures
3-34 Dynamic Viscosity η of Methyl Chloride (CH3CL) at Various Pressures and Temperatures
3-35 Dynamic Viscosity η of Sulfur(IV)-Dioxide (S02) at Various Pressures and Temperatures
3-36 Dynamic Viscosity η of Carbon(IV)-Dioxide (C02) at Various Pressures and Temperatures
3-37 Properties of Saturated Moist Air
3-38 Thermal Properties of Water (H20) Superheated Steam
3-39 Thermal Conductivity λ of Water (H20) Steam at Various Pressures
4 Gases
4-1 Thermal Properties of Gases
4-2 Specific Heat Capacity cp of Gases at a Constant Pressure p
4-3 Spesific Heat Capacity cV of Gases at a Constant Volume V
4-4 Molar Heat Capacity Cp, m of Gases at a Constant Pressure p
4-5 Molar Heat Capacity CV, m of Gases at a Constant Volume V
4-6 Mean Specific Heat Capacity cp of Gases at a Constant Pressure p in the Temperature Range Between Temperatures 0 °C and t
4-7 Mean Specific Heat Capacity cV of Gases at a Constant Volume V in the Temperature Range Between Temperatures 0 °C and t
4-8 Mean Molar Heat Capacity Cp, m of Gases at a Constant Pressure p in the Temperature Range Between Temperatures 0 °C and t
4-9 Mean Molar Heat Capacity CV, m of Gases at a Constant Volume V in the Temperature Range Between 0 °C and t
4-10 Specific Enhalpy h of Gases
4-11 Molar Enhalpy Hm of Gases
4-12 Specific Entropy s of Gases
4-13 Molar Entropy Sm of Gases
4-14 Viscosity (Dynamic Viscosity) η of Gases
4-15 Thermal Conductivity λ of Gases
4-16 Thermal Conductivity of Diatomic and Triatomic Gases at Various Temperatures
4-17 Thermal Conductivity of Flue Gases Containing 13 % CO at Various Temperatures
4-18 Specific Heat Capacity cp of Dry Air at a Constant Pressure p
4-19 Thermal properties of Dry Air at a Pressure p = 0.980 665 bar ( 1 at)
4-20 Adiabatic and Polytropic Changes of Condition of Gases If (p/p) < 1 than count with reciprocal values of numbers in the tables
4-21 Heating Values Hs and Hi of Gases
4-22 Heating Values Hs and Hi of Some Technical Gaseous Heating Fuels
5 Appendices
5-1 Prefixes Used with SI Units
5-2 Powers of Number Ten (10)
5-3 Quantities and SI Units of Thermodynamics
5-4 Conversion Factors of Some Units of Different Systems
5-5 Conversion Factors of Units of the Temperature (T, t)
5-6 Some Characteristic Temperature Points
5-7 Numerical Equations which Link Various Temperature Scales
5-8 Ratio between Celsius and Fahrenheit Degrees
5-9 Ratio between Celsius and Fahrenheit Degrees
5-10 Fourth Power of Absolute Temperature (T/100)4
5-11 Equations for Polytropic Changes of Ideal Gas States Omitting Potential and Kinetic Energy
5-12 Dimensionless Parameters
5-13 Standard Atomic Weights of the Elements
References
Index