Modern Engineering Thermodynamics - Textbook with Tables by Robert T. Balmer
By Robert T. Balmer
This e-book is equipped at no additional cost with new copies of Balmer's sleek Engineering Thermodynamics. It includes appendices. Appendix C comprises forty thermodynamic tables, and Appendix D comprises 6 thermodynamic charts. those charts and tables are supplied in a separate publication to provide teachers the pliability of permitting scholars to deliver the tables into tests. The book might be bought individually if wanted.
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1988. Thermodynamic properties of a new stratospherically safe working fluid—refrigerant 134a. ASHRAE Trans. 94 (Pt. 2), 2095–2118. Thermodynamic Tables Temp. 7b Saturated Refrigerant-134a Pressure Table (English Units) Specific Volume ft3/lbm Temp. 38 Sat. 020 13 43 64 81 09 32 52 70 86 02 17 32 60 86 12 38 63 89 15 41 68 96 71 58 63 02 Enthalpy Btu/lbm Entropy Btu/(lbm · R) Sat. Vapor vg Sat. Liquid uf Sat. Vapor ug Sat. Liquid hf Evap. hfg Sat. Vapor hg Sat. Liquid sf Sat. 2047 Source: Adopted from Moran, M.
Psia (Sat. 382 Note: Units are v – ft 3/lbm, h – Btu/lbm, s – Btu/(lbm · R). Source: Reprinted from Van Wylen, G. , Sonntag, R. , 1986. Fundamentals of Classical Thermodynamics, third ed. Wiley, New York. Reprinted by permission of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 09) v h s v h s v h s v h s v h s v h s v h s v h s v h s v h s Temperature, °F 25 26 Abs. Press. kPa (Sat. 6b Superheated Ammonia Vapor (Metric Units) Abs. press. kPa (Sat. 7499 Note: Units are v – m 3/kg, h – kJ/kg, s – kJ/(kg · K). Source: Reprinted from Van Wylen, G.
Press. (psia) P Sat. temp. (°F) T Temperature (°F) Sat. 10a Superheated Refrigerant-22 Vapor (English Units) continued Abs. press. (psia) P Sat. temp. (°F) T Temperature (°F) Sat. 21165 – – – – – Source: Reprinted by permission from Haberman, W. , John, J. E. , 1980. Engineering Thermodynamics. Allyn & Bacon, Boston, MA, pp. 416–417 ( Table A. 11). 10b Superheated Refrigerant-22 Vapor (Metric Units) Abs. press. (kPa) Sat. temp. (°C) Sat. 10b Superheated Refrigerant-22 Vapor (Metric Units) continued Abs.