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hagupta March 13, 2006 08:18

Thermodynamic Properties of fluids at high temp
 
Just as we have NASA co-efficients that give Cp for a wide range of substances at temperatures from 0 to 20k K, where can we get the following properties of fluids for a wide range of temperatures? 1. Thermal conductivity 2. Viscosity

Robin March 13, 2006 12:19

Re: Thermodynamic Properties of fluids at high tem
 
Try the NIST Chemistry Workbook at http://webbook.nist.gov/chemistry/fluid/.

Regards, Robin

hagupta March 14, 2006 07:56

Re: Thermodynamic Properties of fluids at high tem
 
Thanks Robin for the link, but I would like to have the thermal conductivity and viscosity upto atleast 8000K. The NIST chemistry workbook gives upto 400K. Do let me know if you get properties upto that high temp.

Regards, hagupta


vijesh joshi March 15, 2006 13:55

Re: Thermodynamic Properties of fluids at high tem
 
you better try to find the relations / farmulas which relate desired properties at some temperature within 400K and try to get it at 8000K.


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