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Old   May 26, 2003, 04:44
Default Physifcal properties of propane
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Does anybody know the molecular viscosity of propane. IS there any good reference to get physical properties of combustible gases. prasat
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Old   May 26, 2003, 17:01
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Check out either the "Properties From Coefficients" link or the "Thermophysical Properties of Fluid Systems" link in the Resources/References/Materials Properties section here at CFD Online.
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Old   May 27, 2003, 05:32
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If Perry is not arround with its volume of Eng. chem. text book, I alway go to:

http://www.cstl.nist.gov/div836/ckmech/

the data are always referenced, so you know, where it comes from. Although I'm not sure you will find there what you're looking for.

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Old   May 28, 2003, 07:58
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propane viscosity = a + bT + cT^2 (Pa.s) a= 4.9120001e-07 b= 2.712e-08 c= -3.8059998e-12
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