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by Joseph H. Keenan, Frederick G. Keyes, Philip G. Hill and Joan G. Moore

ISBN13: 978-0471465010

ISBN10: 0471465011

Edition: 69

Copyright: 1969

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Published: 1969

International: No

ISBN10: 0471465011

Edition: 69

Copyright: 1969

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Published: 1969

International: No

Presents the results of the authors' independent correlation of all new experimental and all previously existing data on thermodynamic and transport properties of water, replacing the widely used Keenan and Keyes tables. The whole body of high-quality experimental data on liquid and vapor water has been faithfully represented by a single fundamental equation from which all thermodynamic properties can be calculated for any state. Tables are given in SI units. This edition replaces the International Metric Units edition published in 1969.

Author Bio

**Keenan, Joseph H. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology**

Keyes, Frederick G. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Hill, Philip G. : Queen's University

Moore, Joan G. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology

**Symbols Used in Tables.**

** **Table 1--Saturation: Temperatures.

Table 2--Saturation: Pressures.

Table 3--Vapor.

Table 4--Liquid.

Table 5--Critical Region.

Table 6--Saturation: Solid-Vapor.

Figure 1--Temperature-entropy chart.

Table 7--Dynamic Viscosity.

Table 8--Kinematic Viscosity.

Table 9--Thermal Conductivity.

Table 10--Conversion Factors.

Figure 2--Specific heat capacity of the liquid for constant pressure at low temperatures.

Figure 3--Specific heat capacity of the liquid for constant pressure.

Figure 4--specific heat capacity of the vapor for constant pressure.

Figure 5--Specific heat capacity for constant pressure near the critical point.

Figure 6--Isentropic expansion exponents.

Figure 7--Prandtl Number.

Appendix.

Mollier Chart.

Joseph H. Keenan, Frederick G. Keyes, Philip G. Hill and Joan G. Moore

ISBN13: 978-0471465010ISBN10: 0471465011

Edition: 69

Copyright: 1969

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Published: 1969

International: No

Presents the results of the authors' independent correlation of all new experimental and all previously existing data on thermodynamic and transport properties of water, replacing the widely used Keenan and Keyes tables. The whole body of high-quality experimental data on liquid and vapor water has been faithfully represented by a single fundamental equation from which all thermodynamic properties can be calculated for any state. Tables are given in SI units. This edition replaces the International Metric Units edition published in 1969.

Author Bio

**Keenan, Joseph H. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology**

Keyes, Frederick G. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Hill, Philip G. : Queen's University

Moore, Joan G. : Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Table of Contents

**Symbols Used in Tables.**

** **Table 1--Saturation: Temperatures.

Table 2--Saturation: Pressures.

Table 3--Vapor.

Table 4--Liquid.

Table 5--Critical Region.

Table 6--Saturation: Solid-Vapor.

Figure 1--Temperature-entropy chart.

Table 7--Dynamic Viscosity.

Table 8--Kinematic Viscosity.

Table 9--Thermal Conductivity.

Table 10--Conversion Factors.

Figure 2--Specific heat capacity of the liquid for constant pressure at low temperatures.

Figure 3--Specific heat capacity of the liquid for constant pressure.

Figure 4--specific heat capacity of the vapor for constant pressure.

Figure 5--Specific heat capacity for constant pressure near the critical point.

Figure 6--Isentropic expansion exponents.

Figure 7--Prandtl Number.

Appendix.

Mollier Chart.

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