# Moist Gases: Thermodynamic Properties

V. A. Rabinovich
All-Russian Research Center of Standardization, Information and Certification of Raw and Processed Materials and Substances of the Russian State Standards Committee, Russian Metrological Academy, Moscow, Russia

V. G. Beketov
I.M. Gubkin State Academy of Petroleum and Gas

## Description

This book collects, systematizes, and correlates data on thermodynamic processes of moist gases over the entire range of independent parameters that are of practical importance. Includes equations of state for moist gases and the calculation of thermodynamic properties for air, nitrogen, oxygen, methane, hydrogen, helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, carbon dioxide and ethane.

294 pages,
© 1996

## Table of Contents:

1. General Information from Thermodynamics of Solutions

1.4 Equations of State of the Moist Gas and of its Constituents

1.5 Derivation of the Equation of Solubility of Condensed Water in Compressed Gases

1.6 Empirical Relationship for the Solubility of Water Vapor in Compressed Gases

1.7 Phase Equilibria in Moist Gases

2. Ordinary Water. Thermodynamic Properties

2.1 Equation of State of Water Vapor

2.2 Equation of State of Crystalline Water (Ice-I)

2.3 Equation of State for Liquid Water

2.4 Pressure of Water Vapor Along the Sublimation Curve

2.5 Saturation Pressure of Water Vapor

2.6 Calorific Properties of Water in its Three Phase States

3. Equations of State for Moist Gases

3.1 Equation of State for Moist Air

3.2 Equation of State for Moist Nitrogen

3.3 Equation of State for Moist Oxygen

3.4 Equation of State for Moist Methane

3.5 Equation of State for Moist Hydrogen

3.6 Equation of State for Moist Helium

3.7 Equation of State for Moist Neon

3.8 Equation of State for Moist Argon

3.9 Equation of State for Moist Krypton

3.10 Equation of State for Moist Xenon

3.11 Equation of State for Moist Carbon Dioxide

3.12 Equation of State for Moist Ethane

4. Calculation of Thermodynamic Properties of Moist Gases and Assessment of the Uncertainties of the Computed Values

4.1 Quantities that Characterize the Moisture Content of Gases

4.2 Equations for Calculating the Thermodynamic Properties of Moist Gases

4.3 Partial Pressure of Water Vapor in the Moist Gas

4.4 Assessment of Uncertainties of the Calculated Values of Thermodynamic Properties of Moist Gases

4.5 Comments on the Summary Tables