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PROPERTY DIAGRAMS AND STEAM TABLES
 Anti Freeze Ethylene Glycol Freezing and Boil Temperatures
 Boiling Point of Water at Various Pressures  Data are based on the equation of state recommended by the International Association for the Properties of Steam
 Property Diagrams
 Pressure  Temperature (PT) Diagram
 Pressure  Specific Volume (Pv) Diagram
 Pressure  Enthalpy (Ph) Diagram
 Enthalpy  Temperature (hT) Diagram
 Temperature  Enthalpy (Ts) Diagram
 Enthalpy Entropy (hs) or Mollier Diagram
 Fuel Gas and Heating Values
 Properties of Dry Steam Table Chart
 Steam Tables
 Saturated Steam Tables
 Saturated Steam Table Chart Imperial Units
 Saturated Steam Table Chart Metric Units
 Temperature and Pressure Data for Refrigerants
 Critical Thermodynamic Constants (English Units) Chemical formula, Molecular Mass, Temperature in Rankin, Pressure in psi and Volume
 Mean Free Path of Gases Formulae and Calculator The kinetic theory of gases states that molecules can be viewed as spheres which by the energy contained create collisions between them
 Thermodynamic Properties of Selected Solids at 77° F
 Thermodynamic Properties of Liquids at 77° F
 Properties of Various Ideal Gases at 77 F°, 1 atm (English Units)
 IdealGas Properties of Air (English Units), Standard Entropy at 1 atm = 101.325 kPa = 14.696 lbf/in.^{2}
 Ideal Gas Properties of Nitrogen, Diatomic (English Units), Entropies at 1 atm Pressure
 Ideal Gas Properties of Nitrogen, Monatomic (English Units), Entropies at 1 atm Pressure
 Ideal Gas Properties of Oxygen, Diatomic (English Units), Entropies at 0.1 MPa (1 Bar) Pressure, Mole Basis
 Ideal Gas Properties of Oxygen, Monatomic (English Units), Entropies at 0.1 MPa (1 Bar) Pressure, Mole Basis
 Ideal Gas Properties of Carbon Dioxide (SI Units), Entropies at 0.1 MPa (1 Bar) Pressure, Mole Basis
 Ideal Gas Properties of Carbon Monoxide (SI Units), Entropies at 0.1 MPa (1 Bar) Pressure, Mole Basis
 Isentropic Relative Pressure and Relative Volume Functions Table
 Ideal Gas Properties of Nitrogen (SI Units), Entropies at 0.1 MPa (1 Bar) Pressure, Mass Basis
 Ideal Gas Properties of Oxygen O_{2} (SI Units), Entropies at 0.1 MPa (1 Bar) Pressure, Mass Basis
 Water Vapor Saturation Pressure Formulas and Calculator Increasing temperature of liquid (or any substance) enhances its evaporation that results in the increase of vapor pressure over the liquid.
 Vapor Saturation Pressure Over Ice Formulas and Calculator The saturation (sublimation) pressure over ice for the temperature range of –148 to 32°F
 Thermodynamic Properties of Saturated Water Tables, Specific Volume, Internal Energy for Temperatures 0.01 190 °C
 Thermodynamic Properties of Saturated Water Tables, Enthalpy, kJ/kg, Entropy, kJ/kg K for Temperatures 0.01 190 °C
 Thermodynamic Properties of Saturated Water Tables, Specific Volume, Internal Energy for temperatures between 195  374.1 °C
 Thermodynamic Properties of Saturated Water Tables, Enthalpy, Entropy for temperatures between 195  374.1 °C
 Thermodynamic Properties of Saturated Water Entry Tables, Specific Volume and Internal Energy for Pressure between 0.6113  800 kPa, and Temperatures between 0.01  170.43 °C
 Thermodynamic Properties of Saturated Water Entry Tables, Enthalpy kJ/kg and Entropy, kJ/kgK for Pressure between 0.6113  800 kPa, and Temperatures between 0.01  170.43 °C
 Thermodynamic Properties of Saturated Water Entry Tables, Specific Volume m^{3} / kg and Internal Energy, kJ/kg for Pressure between 850  22089 kPa, and Temperatures between 172.96  374.14 °C
 Thermodynamic Properties of Saturated Water Pressure Entry Tables, Enthalpy, kJ/kg and Entropy, kJ/kgK for Pressures between 850  22089 kPa, and Temperatures between 172.96  374.14 °C
 Thermodynamic Super Heated Vapor Water Table at pressure of 10 kPa, 50 kPa, 100 kPa, 200 kPa, 300 kPa, and 400 kPa.
 Thermodynamic Super Heated Vapor Water Table at pressure of 300 kPa, 400 kPa, 500 kPa, 600 kPa, 700 kPa, 800 kPa, 900 kPa, 1000 kPa.
 Thermodynamic Super Heated Vapor Water Table at pressure of 800 kPa, 1000 kPa, 1200 kPa, 1400 kPa, 1600 kPa, and 1800 kPa.
 Thermodynamic Super Heated Vapor Water Table at pressure of 21000 kPa, 2500 kPa, 3000 kPa, and 4000 kPa.
 Thermodynamic Super Heated Vapor Water Table at pressure of 5000 kPa, 6000 kPa, 8000 kPa, and 10000 kPa.
 Thermodynamic Super Heated Water Vapor Table at pressure of 15000 kPa, 20000 kPa, 30000 kPa, and 40000 kPa.
 Thermodynamic Properties of Compressed Liquid Water Table at pressure of 500 kPa, 2000 kPa, 5000 kPa, and 10000 kPa.
 Thermodynamic Properties of Compressed Liquid Water Table at pressure of 15000 kPa, 20000 kPa, 30000 kPa, and 50000 kPa.
 Saturated Water SolidSaturated Vapor Thermodynamic Properties for temperatures 0 to 40 °C.
 Saturated Water SolidSaturated Vapor Thermodynamic Properties for temperatures 0 to 40 °C Enthalpy, kJ/kg and Entropy, kJ/kgK
 Thermodynamic Properties of Ammonia for Temperatures 0 to 40 °C Specific Volume, m^{3}/kg and Internal Energy, kJ/kg
 Thermodynamic Properties of Saturated Ammonia for Temperatures 50 to 132.3 °C Enthalpy, kJ/kg, Entropy, kJ/kgK
 Thermodynamic Properties of Superheated Ammonia for Temperatures 30 to 200 °C
 Thermodynamic Properties of Superheated Ammonia for 300 kPa, 400 kPa, 500 kPa, 600 kPa
 Thermodynamic Properties of Superheated Ammonia for 800 kPa, 1000 kPa, 1200 kPa, 1400 kPa
 Thermodynamic Properties of Superheated Ammonia for 1600 kPa, 2000 kPa, 5000 kPa, 10000 kPa
 Thermodynamic Properties of Carbon Dioxide Specific Volume and Internal Energy for Temperatures 50.0 to 31.0 °C
 Thermodynamic Properties of Carbon Dioxide Enthalpy and Entropy Tables for Temperatures 50.0 to 31.0 °C
 Thermodynamic Properties of Superheated Carbon Dioxide Tables for Pressures 400 kPa, 800 kPa, 1000kPa, and 1400 kPa.
 Thermodynamic Properties of Superheated Carbon Dioxide Tables for Pressures 2000 kPa, 3000 kPa, 6000 kPa, and 10000 kPa.
 Saturated R410a Tables Thermodynamic Properties of Temperatures °60 to °71.3 C.
 Thermodynamic Properties of Saturated R410a Tables for Temperatures °60 to °71.3 C Enthalpy and Entropy.
 Superheated R410a Thermodynamic Properties Tables for Temperatures °60 to °71.3 C
 Superheated R410a Thermodynamic Properties Tables for Pressure 300 kPa, 400 kPa, 500 kPa, and 600 kPa.
 Superheated R410a Thermodynamic Properties Tables for Pressure 800 kPa, 1000 kPa, 1200 kPa, and 1400 kPa.
 Superheated R410a Thermodynamic Properties Tables for Pressure 1800 kPa, 2000 kPa, 3000 kPa, and 4000 kPa
 R134a Thermodynamic Properties Tables for Temperatures 70 °C to 101.2 °C
 Saturated R134a Thermodynamic Properties Tables Enthalpy, kJ/kb and Entropy, kJ/kK
 Superheated R134a Thermodynamic Properties Tables for Pressures 50 kPa, 100 kPa, 150 kPa, and 200 kPa.
 Superheated R134a Thermodynamic Properties Tables for Pressures 300 kPa, 400 kPa, 500 kPa, and 600 kPa.
 Superheated R134a Thermodynamic Properties Tables for Pressures 800 kPa, 1000 kPa, 1200 kPa, and 1400 kPa.
 Thermodynamic Properties of Nitrogen Table, Specific Volume, m^{3}/kg, Internal Energy, kJ/kg, Enthalpy, kJ/kg, and Entropy, kJ/kgK.
 Thermodynamic Properties of Superheated Nitrogen Table, Specific Volume, m^{3}/kg, Internal Energy, kJ/kg, Enthalpy, kJ/kg, and Entropy, kJ/kgK.
 Static Temperature Versus Total Temperature Formula and Calculator When a fluid stream impinges on a temperaturesensing element such as a thermometer or thermocouple, the element is at a temperature greater than the true stream temperature.
 Superheated Nitrogen Thermodynamic Properties Table, Specific Volume, m^{3}/kg, Internal Energy, kJ/kg, Enthalpy, kJ/kg, and Entropy, kJ/kgK at pressure 400 kPa, 600 kPas, 800 kPa, and 1000 kPa.
 Superheated Nitrogen Thermodynamic Properties Table, Specific Volume, m^{3}/kg, Internal Energy, kJ/kg, Enthalpy, kJ/kg, and Entropy, kJ/kgK at pressure 1500 kPa, 2000 kPas, 3000 kPa, and 10000 kPa.
 Saturated Methane Thermodynamic Properties Table, Specific Volume, m^{3}/kg, and Internal Energy, kJ/kg.
 Saturated Methane Thermodynamic Properties Table, Enthalpy, kJ/kg and Entropy, kJ/kgK
 Superheated Methane Thermodynamic Properties Table, For Pressures 100 kPa and 200 kPa.
 Superheated Methane Thermodynamic Properties Table, For Pressures 400 kPa, 600 kPa, 800 kPa, and 1000 kPa.
 Superheated Methane Thermodynamic Properties Table, For Pressures 1500 kPa, 2000 kPa, 4000 kPa, and 8000 kPa.
 Van der Waals Constants for Gases  Van der Waals, constant a is due to force of attraction and b due to the infinite size molecules. The greater the value q and smaller the value b, larger the liquefaction.
 Vapor Pressure of Ice Table The values of the vapor (sublimation) pressure of ice in this table were calculated from the equation recommended by the International Association for the Properties of Steam (IAPS)
 Water Vapor Released by Human Activity and Plants Estimating moisture loads requires knowledge of occupancy patterns and releases per individual, activity, plant, and water surface present.
 Properties of Water at Atmospheric Pressure Given in Metric SI Units
 Fundamentals of Thermodynamics, Richard E. Sonntag, Claus Birgnakkem Gordon J. Van Wylen  Premium Membership Required
 Thermodynamic Applications Professor J. E. Emswiler of the University of Michigan
 Treatise on Thermodynamics Dr. Max Planck  Premium Membership Required
 Properties of Air Ideal Gas
 Mass and Weight
 Specific Volume
 Density
 Specific Gravity Table Chart and Equation
 Humidity
 Intensive and Extensive Properties
 Partial Pressure of Water Vapor
 Saturated Steam Table
 Properties of Water , Specific Heat of Water, Thermal Conductivity of Water, Viscosity of Water
 Boyle’s and Charles’ Laws
 Ideal Gas Law
 Fluid
 Compressibility of Fluids
 Constant Pressure Process
 Constant Volume Process
 Effects of Pressure Changes on Fluid Properties
 Effects of Temperature Changes on Fluid Properties
 Thermodynamic properties of Selected Solids at 77° F
 Bulk Temperature
 Convective Heat Transfer
 Heat and Thermodynamics, 684 Pages, Mark W. Zemansky, Ph.D. Membership (Minimum free) Required to view Document/Book
 Heat Flux
 Heat and Temperature
 Heat and Work
 Heat Loss through Aluminum Framed Window Equations and Calculator
 Heat Loss from Ducts in a Building Equation and Calculator
 Log Mean Temperature Difference
 Modes of Transferring Heat
 Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient
 Overall Heat Transfer Coefficients in Heat Exchanger
 Thermo Conductivity
TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS
 Classification of Properties
 Saturation
 Saturated and Subcooled Liquids
 Quality
 Moisture Content
 Saturated and Superheated Vapors
 Constant Pressure Heat Addition
 Critical Point
 Fusion
 Sublimation
 Triple Point
 Condensation
 Energy
 Potential Energy
 Kinetic Energy
 Specific Internal Energy
 Specific PV Energy
 Specific Enthalpy
 Work
 Heat
 Entropy
 Energy and Power Equivalences
 Properties of the atmosphere at high altitude
 Properties of air at 1 atm pressure
 Specific Heats of Various Gases
THERMODYNAMIC SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES
 Heat and Thermodynamics 341 pages, Premium Membership Required
 Thermodynamic Systems and Surroundings
 Types of Thermodynamic Systems
 Thermodynamic Equilibrium
 Control Volume
 Steady State
 Thermodynamic Process
 Cyclic Process
 Reversible Process
 Irreversible Process
 Adiabatic Process
 Isentropic Process
 Polytropic Process
 Throttling Process
 Entropy
 Carnot’s Principle
 Carnot Cycle
 Diagrams of Ideal and Real Processes
 Molar Mass Gas Constant of Various Gasses
 Power Plant Components
 Heat Rejection
 Typical Steam Cycle
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