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Table A–1E Molar mass, gas constant, and critical-point propertiesTable A–2E Ideal-gas specific heats of various common gasesTable A–3E Properties of common liquids, solids,and foodsTable A–4E Saturated water—Temperature tableTable A–5E Saturated water—Pressure tableTable A–6E Superheated waterTable A–7E Compressed liquid waterTable A–8E Saturated ice–water vaporFigure A–9E T-s diagram for waterFigure A–10E Mollier diagram for waterTable A–11E Saturated refrigerant-134a—Temperature tableTable A–12E Saturated refrigerant-134a—PressuretableTable A–13E Superheated refrigerant-134aFigure A–14E P-h diagram for refrigerant-134aTable A–16E Properties of the atmosphere at highaltitudeTable A–17E Ideal-gas properties of airTable A–18E Ideal-gas properties of nitrogen, N2Table A–19E Ideal-gas properties of oxygen, O2Table A–20E Ideal-gas properties of carbon dioxide,CO2Table A–21E Ideal-gas properties of carbon monoxide, COTable A–22E Ideal-gas properties of hydrogen, H2Table A–23E Ideal-gas properties of water vapor,H2OTable A–26E Enthalpy of formation, Gibbs functionof formation, and absolute entropy at77°C, 1 atmTable A–27E Properties of some common fuels andhydrocarbonsFigure A–31E Psychrometric chart at 1 atm total pressurePROPERTY TABLES AND CHARTS(ENGLISH UNITS)957APPENDIX2cen2932x_ch19-ap02_p957-998.qxd 12/18/09 10:06 AM Page 957TABLE A–1EMolar mass, gas constant, and critical-point propertiesMolarGas constant, R Critical-point propertiesmass, MBtu/ psia·ft3/ Temperature, Pressure, Volume,Substance Formula lbm/lbmol lbm·R* lbm·R* R psia ft3/lbmolAir — 28.97 0.06855 0.3704 238.5 547 1.41Ammonia NH317.03 0.1166 0.6301 729.8 1636 1.16Argon Ar 39.948 0.04971 0.2686 272 705 1.20Benzene C6H678.115 0.02542 0.1374 1012 714 4.17Bromine Br2159.808 0.01243 0.06714 1052 1500 2.17n-Butane C4H1058.124 0.03417 0.1846 765.2 551 4.08Carbon dioxide CO244.01 0.04513 0.2438 547.5 1071 1.51Carbon monoxide CO 28.011 0.07090 0.3831 240 507 1.49Carbon tetrachloride CCl4153.82 0.01291 0.06976 1001.5 661 4.42Chlorine Cl270.906 0.02801 0.1517 751 1120 1.99Chloroform CHCl3119.38 0.01664 0.08988 965.8 794 3.85Dichlorodifluoromethane (R-12) CCl2F2120.91 0.01643 0.08874 692.4 582 3.49Dichlorofluoromethane (R-21) CHCl2F 102.92 0.01930 0.1043 813.0 749 3.16Ethane C2H630.020 0.06616 0.3574 549.8 708 2.37Ethyl alcohol C2H5OH 46.07 0.04311 0.2329 929.0 926 2.68Ethylene C2H428.054 0.07079 0.3825 508.3 742 1.99Helium He 4.003 0.4961 2.6809 9.5 33.2 0.926n-Hexane C6H1486.178 0.02305 0.1245 914.2 439 5.89Hydrogen (normal) H22.016 0.9851 5.3224 59.9 188.1 1.04Krypton Kr 83.80 0.02370 0.1280 376.9 798 1.48Methane CH416.043 0.1238 0.6688 343.9 673 1.59Methyl alcohol CH3OH 32.042 0.06198 0.3349 923.7 1154 1.89Methyl chloride CH3Cl 50.488 0.03934 0.2125 749.3 968 2.29Neon Ne 20.183 0.09840 0.5316 80.1 395 0.668Nitrogen N228.013 0.07090 0.3830 227.1 492 1.44Nitrous oxide N2O 44.013 0.04512 0.2438 557.4 1054 1.54Oxygen O231.999 0.06206 0.3353 278.6 736 1.25Propane C3H844.097 0.04504 0.2433 665.9 617 3.20Propylene C3H642.081 0.04719 0.2550 656.9 670 2.90Sulfur dioxide SO264.063 0.03100 1.1675 775.2 1143 1.95Tetrafluoroethane (R-134a) CF3CH2F 102.03 0.01946 0.1052 673.6 588.7 3.19Trichlorofluoromethane (R-11) CCl3F 137.37 0.01446 0.07811 848.1 635 3.97Water H2O 18.015 0.1102 0.5956 1164.8 3200 0.90Xenon Xe 131.30 0.01513 0.08172 521.55 852 1.90*Calculated from R⫽Ru/M, where Ru⫽ 1.98588 Btu/lbmol·R ⫽ 10.7316 psia·ft3/lbmol·R and Mis the molar mass.Source:K. A. Kobe and R. E. Lynn, Jr., Chemical Review52 (1953), pp. 117–236, and ASHRAE, Handbook of Fundamentals(Atlanta, GA: American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc., 1993), pp. 16.4 and 36.1.958PROPERTY TABLES AND CHARTScen2932x_ch19-ap02_p957-998.qxd 12/18/09 10:06 AM Page 958TABLE A–2EIdeal-gas specific heats of various common gases(a) At 80°FGas constant, RcpcvGas Formula Btu/lbm·R Btu/lbm·R Btu/lbm·RkAir — 0.06855 0.240 0.171 1.400Argon Ar 0.04971 0.1253 0.0756 1.667Butane C4H100.03424 0.415 0.381 1.09Carbon dioxide CO20.04513 0.203 0.158 1.285Carbon monoxide CO 0.07090 0.249 0.178 1.399Ethane C2H60.06616 0.427 0.361 1.183Ethylene C2H40.07079 0.411 0.340 1.208Helium He 0.4961 1.25 0.753 1.667Hydrogen H20.9851 3.43 2.44 1.404Methane CH40.1238 0.532 0.403 1.32Neon Ne 0.09840 0.246 0.1477 1.667Nitrogen N20.07090 0.248 0.177 1.400Octane C8H180.01742 0.409 0.392 1.044Oxygen O20.06206 0.219 0.157 1.395Propane C3H80.04504 0.407 0.362 1.124Steam H2O 0.1102 0.445 0.335 1.329Source:Gordon J. Van Wylen and Richard E. Sonntag, Fundamentals of Classical Thermodynamics, English/SI Version, 3rd ed. (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1986), p. 687, Table A–8E.959APPENDIX 2cen2932x_ch19-ap02_p957-998.qxd 12/18/09 10:06 AM Page 959TABLE A–2EIdeal-gas specific heats of various common gases (Continued)(b) At various temperaturesTemp.,cpcvcpcvcpcv°F Btu/lbm·R Btu/lbm·RkBtu/lbm·R Btu/lbm·RkBtu/lbm·R Btu/lbm·RkAir Carbon dioxide, C02Carbon monoxide, CO40 0.240 0.171 1.401 0.195 0.150 1.300 0.248 0.177 1.400100 0.240 0.172 1.400 0.205 0.160 1.283 0.249 0.178 1.399200 0.241 0.173 1.397 0.217 0.172 1.262 0.249 0.179 1.397300 0.243 0.174 1.394 0.229 0.184 1.246 0.251 0.180 1.394400 0.245 0.176 1.389 0.239 0.193 1.233 0.253 0.182 1.389500 0.248 0.179 1.383 0.247 0.202 1.223 0.256 0.185 1.384600 0.250 0.182 1.377 0.255 0.210 1.215 0.259 0.188 1.377700 0.254 0.185 1.371 0.262 0.217 1.208 0.262 0.191 1.371800 0.257 0.188 1.365 0.269 0.224 1.202 0.266 0.195 1.364900 0.259 0.191 1.358 0.275 0.230 1.197 0.269 0.198 1.3571000 0.263 0.195 1.353 0.280 0.235 1.192 0.273 0.202 1.3511500 0.276 0.208 1.330 0.298 0.253 1.178 0.287 0.216 1.3282000 0.286 0.217 1.312 0.312 0.267 1.169 0.297 0.226 1.314Hydrogen, H2Nitrogen, N2Oxygen, O240 3.397 2.412 1.409 0.248 0.177 1.400 0.219 0.156 1.397100 3.426 2.441 1.404 0.248 0.178 1.399 0.220 0.158 1.394200 3.451 2.466 1.399 0.249 0.178 1.398 0.223 0.161 1.387300 3.461 2.476 1.398 0.250 0.179 1.396 0.226 0.164 1.378400 3.466 2.480 1.397 0.251 0.180 1.393 0.230 0.168 1.368500 3.469 2.484 1.397 0.254 0.183 1.388 0.235 0.173 1.360600 3.473 2.488 1.396 0.256 0.185 1.383 0.239 0.177 1.352700 3.477 2.492 1.395 0.260 0.189 1.377 0.242 0.181 1.344800 3.494 2.509 1.393 0.262 0.191 1.371 0.246 0.184 1.337900 3.502 2.519 1.392 0.265 0.194 1.364 0.249 0.187 1.3311000 3.513 2.528 1.390 0.269 0.198 1.359 0.252 0.190 1.3261500 3.618 2.633 1.374 0.283


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