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Thermodynamic properties of steam
Joseph Henry Keenan
Bibliography: p. 25-26.
|Statement||by Joesph H. Keenan ... and Frederick G. Keyes ...|
|Contributions||Keyes, Frederick G. b. 1884, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TJ270 .K38|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||36035374|
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Steam Tables: Thermodynamic Properties of Water Including Vapor, Liquid, and Solid Phases. 1st Edition. by Joseph H. Keenan (Author), Frederick G. Keyes (Author), Philip G. Hill (Author), Joan G. Moore (Author) & 1 by: Thermodynamic Properties of Steam Request an Image All books are returnable within ten days if returned in the same condition as sent.
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Critical Temperature: °C. Ideal Gas Constant of Steam: R = kJ/kg.K. Specific Heat Capacity of Liquid Water: = kJ/kg. Steam Property Tables: Saturation Properties – Temperature Table ( °C – °C). This book presents the results of a new and independent correlation Thermodynamic properties of steam book all existing thermodynamic data as of It constitutes a complete revision of the Keenan and Keyes Tables of and an extension of range to MPa and about degrees C/5.
Steam Tables Thermodynamic Properties of Water Including Vapor, Liquid, and Solid Phases —English Units By Joseph H. Keenan, M.I.T.; Frederick G. Keyes, M.I.T.; Philip G.
Hill, Queen’s University; and Joan G. Moore, M.I.T. During the past decade a substantial body of experimental data on thermodynamic and transport properties of water has been produced and published by research. Thermodynamic Properties of Supercritical Steam Description Supercritical is a thermodynamic expression describing the state of fluid above a certain pressure when there exists no clear distinction between the liquid and gaseous phases.
Thermodynamic Tables B.1 Thermodynamic properties of steam, temperature table B.2 Thermodynamic properties of steam, pressure table B.3 Thermodynamic properties of superheated steam B.4 Thermodynamic properties of air B.5 Specific heats of common gases B.6 Molar specific heats of common gases Principles of Turbomachinery.
By Sepp Ao. Korpela Thermodynamic Properties of Water (Steam Tables) Critical Pressure: MPa, Critical Temperature °C Ideal Gas Constant of Steam: R = kJ/kg.K Specific Heat Capacity of liquid water: C H2O = kJ/kg.°C. Steam Property Tables: Saturation Properties - Temperature Table (°C - °C). The Book presents Steam tables for practical industrial use.
All new standards issued by IAPWS since are taken into account. The new standard for the thermal conductivity and surface tension is included.
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Introduction These tables are created using the NIST Steam Size: 1MB. Thermodynamic and transport properties of steam: comprising tables and charts for steam and water calculated using The IFC formulation for industrial use, in conformity with the International skeleton tables as adopted by the Sixth International Conference on the Properties of Steam, Volume 1.
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This Portable Document Format (PDF) file contains bookmarks, thumbnail s, and hyperlinks to help you navigate through. The Properties of Steam Committee, which has a history extending back toexists to advance and disseminate knowledge of the thermodynamic and physical properties of water, steam, and aqueous solutions.
Standardized and reliable knowledge of these properties is vital in the design and operation of thermal power cycles, and is also important in many other industrial and research applications.
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Thermodynamic Properties of Steam: Including Data for the Liquid and Solid Phases. With chart in Rear Pocket. Keenan, Joseph H.; Keyes, Frederick G. "thermodynamic properties of steam". first edition twenty-first printing, includes data for the liquid and solid phases.
book is approx by with 89 Rating: % positive. This book is comprised of two chapters and begins with a discussion on the thermodynamic properties of steam, which can be divided into saturation and superheat properties.
The various thermodynamic properties, including saturation temperature and pressure and liquid and vapor saturation entropy, are represented with three basic types of equations from the triple point to the critical point.The following chapters focus on temperature, entropy, and standard air cycles, along with gas compressors, combustion, psychrometry, and the thermodynamic properties of pure substances.
Steam and steam engines, internal combustion engines, and refrigeration are also considered.Table A–1E Molar mass, gas constant, and critical-point properties Table A–2E Ideal-gas specific heats of various common gases Table A–3E Properties of common liquids, solids, and foods Table A–4E Saturated water—Temperature table Table A–5E Saturated water—Pressure table Table A–6E Superheated water Table A–7E Compressed liquid water Table A–8E Saturated ice–water vaporFile Size: KB.