30079_39b - Fig. 39.4 Compressibility factor of Refrigerant...

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Fig. 39.4 Compressibility factor of Refrigerant 134a.
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Fig. 39.5 Enthalpy-log pressure diagram for Refrigerant 134a.
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Table 39.16 Thermodynamic Properties of Saturated Sodium3 °pa °Pf S9 Sf h9 hf V9 Vf P (bar) T(K) 0.988 1.023 1.066 1.117 1.176 1.243 1.317 1.523 1.745 1.963 2.160 2.325 2.452 2.542 2.597 2.624 2.515 2.391 2.301 2.261 2.482 3.307 8.476 1.384 1.374 1.364 1.355 1.346 1.338 1.330 1.313 1.299 1.287 1.278 1.270 1.264 1.260 1.258 1.259 1.281 1.330 1.406 1.516 1.702 2.101 3.686 14.705 14.158 13.665 13.219 12.814 12.443 12.104 11.367 10.756 10.241 9.802 9.424 9.095 8.808 8.556 8.137 7.542 7.146 6.863 6.649 6.480 6.332 6.166 5.980 2.853 2.924 2.991 3.054 3.114 3.171 3.226 3.352 3.465 3.569 3.664 3.752 3.834 3.910 3.982 4.115 4.346 4.546 4.728 4.898 5.064 5.235 5.447 5.666 4.723 4.740 4.757 4.773 4.790 4.806 4.820 4.856 4.887 4.915 4.939 4.959 4.978 4.995 5.011 5.043 5.109 5.175 5.225 5.255 5.256 5.207 5.025 4.633 0.219 0.247 0.274 0.301 0.328 0.355 0.382 0.448 0.513 0.578 0.642 0.705 0.769 0.832 0.895 1.021 1.274 1.535 1.809 2.102 2.422 2.794 3.299 3.850 5.277.+9 2.173.+9 2.410.+8 6.39S.+7 1.912.+7 6.341. +6 2.304.+6 2.55S.+5 41511 9001 2449 794 301 128.1 60.17 16.84 2.571 0.688 0.258 0.120 0.0634 0.0362 0.0196 0.0100 .081. -3 .086. -3 .092. -3 .097. -3 .103.-3 .109.-3 .114.-3 .129.-3 .145.-3 .160.-3 .177.-3 .194.-3 .211. -3 .229. -3 .247.-3 .2S9.-3 .372.-3 .469.-3 .581. -3 .709. -3 1.864.-3 2.076.-3 2.480. -3 3.323.-3 2.55. -10* 1.36.-9 6.16.-9 2.43. -8 8.49. -8 2.67.-7 7.64. -7 7.54.-6 5.05.-5 2.51. -4 9.87-4 0.00322 0.00904 0.02241 0.05010 0.1955 1.482 6.203 17.98 40.87 78.51 133.5 207.6 251.9 380 400 420 440 460 480 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 2500 av = specific volume (m3/kg); h = specific enthalpy (MJ/kg); s = specific entropy (kJ/kg • K); cp = specific heat at constant pressure (kJ/kg • K); / = saturated liquid; g = saturated vapor. Converted from the tables of J. K. Fink, Argonne Nat. Lab. rept. ANL-CEN-RSD-82-4, 1982. *The notation 2.55.- 10 signifies 2.55 X 10~10.
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T P v h s cp (K) (bar) (rrvVkg) (kJ/kg) (kJ/kg-K) (kJ/kg-K) 150 6.30.- IP 0.001073 94.7 1.328 1.224 160 7.72.- 10 0.001074 107.3 1.409 1.291 170 7.29.-Q 0.001076 120.6 1.489 1.357 180 5.3S.-8 0.001077 134.5 1.569 .426 190 3.23. -7 0.001078 149.1 1.648 .495 200 1.62. -6 0.001079 164.4 1.726 .566 210 7.01. -6 0.001081 180.4 1.805 .638 220 2.65.-S 0.001082 197.1 1.882 .711 230 8.91. -5 0.001084 214.6 1.960 .785 240 2.73. -4 0.001085 232.8 2.038 1.860 250 7.59. -4 0.001087 251.8 2.115 1.936 260 0.00196 0.001088 271.5 2.192 2.013 270 0.00469 0.001090 292.0 2.270 2.091 273.15 0.00611 0.001091 298.7 2.294 2.116 273.15 0.00611 0.001000 632.2 3.515 4.217 280 0.00990 0.001000 661.0 3.619 4.198 290 0.01917 0.001001 702.9 3.766 4.184 300 0.03531 0.001003 744.7 3.908 4.179 av = specific volume; h = specific enthalpy; s = specific entropy; cp = specific heat at constant pressure. Ice values (T ^ 273.15 K) converted and rounded off from S. Gordon, NASA Tech. Paper 1906, 1982. *The notation 6.30.- 11 signifies 6.30 X 10~n.
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