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Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Water

Properties of Water:
Pressure, psia  Temperature, F  
Liquid Specific Volume, ft3/lb.
Liquid Enthalpy, Btu/lb.
Vaporization Enthalpy, Btu/lb.
Liquid Entropy, Btu/lb - deg. R.
Vaporization Entropy, Btu/lb- deg. R.
Liquid Internal Energey, Btu/lb.
Liquid Viscosity (absolute), cP
Liquid Thermal Expansion Coefficient
Liquid Specific Heat, Btu/lb-F
Liquid Thermal Conductivity, Btu/hr-ft-F
Liquid Prandtl Number
Vapor Specific Volume, ft3/lb.
Vapor Enthapy, Btu/lb.
   
Vapor Entropy, Btu/lb - deg. R.
      
Vapor Internal Energy, Btu/lb.
Vapor Viscosity (absolute), cP
      
Vapor Specific Heat, Btu/lb-F
Vapor Thermal Conductivity, Btu/hr-ft-F
Vapor Prandtl Number

To convert to kinematic viscosity (ft2/sec.), divide by the density in lbs./ft3. Multiply centipoise by 0.000672 to convert to lbs./ft.-sec.
 
 
 

 

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