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# 01_table - Properties of selected ﬂuids at 20°C = 293K...

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Unformatted text preview: Properties of selected ﬂuids at 20°C = 293K and 1 bar = 105 N/m2 Fluid Density Viscosity Thermal Coefficient of Isothermal Specific heat conductivity thermal Compressibility at constant expansion pressure p ” W/k K B1 KT J/lpr (kg/m3) (kg/m 5) ( m ) (K‘) (mZ/N) ( g ) Helium 0.164”< 1.92x10‘5 0.150 3.41x10‘3 * 1.00x10‘5 * 5.2lx103 * Air 1.19”< 1.98x10‘5 0.0262 3.41x10‘3 * 1.00x10‘5 * 1.00x103 * Water 1.00x103 1.00x10‘3 0.597 1.8x10‘4 4.6x10‘10 4.18x103 Glycerin 1.26x103 1.49 0.286 5.0x10‘4 3.7x10‘10 2.39x103 (C3H303) Mercury 1.36x104 1.55x10‘3 8.69 1.82x10‘4 0.40x10‘10 1.39x102 * Calculated from ideal gas relationships. The isothermal compressibility KT and the coefficient of thermal expansion Bare defined by the equation dgp=Kpo—BdT. Surface tension at a clean air—water interface at 20°C : 0' = 0.073 N/m AAS, for 2.25, 2000 ...
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