# Handbook of Thermodynamic Tables

## Description

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

## Table of Contents:

Instruction for Use of Tables

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

2-1 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

2-8 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

3-1 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

4-1 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

5-1 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