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TorinoMEP June 12, 2013 06:45

Sutherland's law coefficient for viscosity
 
Hi,
I need to find the Sutherland's law coefficient (T0,S,μ0) for the following gas:

AIR
NITROGEN
HYDROGEN
CO
OXYGEN
AIR
CO2
water VAPOR
ARGON
BUTANE
ETHANE
ETHYLENE
HELIUM
METHANE
NEON
PROPANE

thanks a lot
D.

adrieno April 7, 2016 04:46

Hi,
Did you manage to get them ?
I also need O2, N2 and CH4 , Sutherland temperature and coefficient but I can't find liable source.
If anyone has them, let me know.
Thank You,
Adrien

TorinoMEP April 7, 2016 05:00

I think we lost any chance by this forum..
if you'll find any reference, please, reply to this.
thanks a lot.
:)

adrieno April 7, 2016 05:04

I'm confident, on the reactivity of this Forum.
For sure I'll post any information I can get.
Adrien

tas38 April 10, 2016 12:49

The following site has data compile from a number of sources:

http://webbook.nist.gov/chemistry/fluid/

It includes most of the fluids you have listed.

You can pull the (viscosity vs. temperature) data from this site and curve fit to find Sutherland's constant.

dcook August 29, 2017 13:10

I know this is an old thread but this link has a table of calculated values. I skimmed it quickly and the values look reasonable. Not every gas, but probably the best table of Sutherland's constants I've found.

https://www.lmnoeng.com/Flow/GasViscosity.php

dcook August 29, 2017 13:57

Here is another link:

http://www.springer.com/cda/content/...659-p176923844


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