Steam and Gas Tables with Computer Equations - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780123740809, 9780323160339

Steam and Gas Tables with Computer Equations

1st Edition

Authors: Thomas F. Jr. Irving
eBook ISBN: 9780323160339
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st April 1984
Page Count: 200
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Description

Steam and Gas Tables with Computer Equations presents tables illustrating the thermodynamic properties of steam and air, along with computer equations. Additional equations for a number of other gaseous substances which are useful in engineering investigations are included. 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 accuracy of the properties calculated from the base data is also considered. The next chapter deals with the thermodynamic properties of air and other gases (ethane, hydrogen, methane, nitrogen, oxygen propane, n-butane), including those properties which are useful in engineering design and analysis (specific heat at constant pressure and volume, enthalpy and entropy function, isentropic pressure function, etc).
This monograph will serve as a useful guide for chemists, mathematicians, and computer programmers and scientists.

Table of Contents


Preface

Nomenclature

Introduction

Chapter 1 Thermodynamic Properties of Steam

Saturation Properties

Superheat Properties

Accuracy Considerations

Chapter 2 Thermodynamic Properties of Air and Other Gases

Accuracy Considerations—Air

Accuracy Considerations—Gases Other than Air

Appendix I Thermodynamic Property Equations for Steam (Saturated)

Saturation Temperature T(S)

Saturation Pressure P(S)

Constants for Saturation Properties: Specific Volume, Enthalpy, and Entropy

Appendix II Thermodynamic Property Tables for Steam (Saturated)

Appendix III Thermodynamic Property Tables for Steam (Saturated)

Specific Volume V(PT)

Enthalpy H(PT)

Entropy S(PT)

Appendix IV Thermodynamic Property Tables for Steam (Superheated)

Appendix V Thermodynamic Property Equations for Air

Specific Heat at Constant Pressure CP(T)

Specific Heat at Constant Volume CV(T)

Enthalpy H(T)

Internal Energy U(T)

Entropy Function E(T)

Isentropic Pressure Function IPR(T)

Isentropic Volume Function IVR(T)

Temperature as Function of IPR(T), T(PR)

Specific Heat Ratio G(T)

Speed of Sound A(T)

Appendix VI Thermodynamic Property Tables for Air

Appendix VII Thermodynamic and Transport Property Equations and Tables for Ideal Gases

Air

Argon

n-Butane

Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Monoxide

Ethane

Helium

Hydrogen

Methane

Nitrogen

Oxygen

Propane

Sulfur Dioxide

Appendix VIII Tables of Unit Conversion Factors

References

Details

No. of pages:
200
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1984
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780323160339

About the Author

Thomas F. Jr. Irving

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