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NIST 72. NIST Thermophysical Properties of Air and Air Component Mixtures: AIRPROPS

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Author(s)

Eric W. Lemmon

Abstract

AIRPROPS provides an interactive, menu-driven database for calculating the thermophysical properties of standard air and mixtures of nitrogen-argon-oxygen. The database can display 30 different properties for standard air and 15 different properties for mixtures of nitrogen, argon, and oxygen. The database can be used to calculate properties at single state points for a variety of different input options and can generate different types of property tables. The database allows the user to direct the generated property data to the display, to a file, or to a printer. This version supports the International System of units (SI) and engineering units and certain dimensionless properties.
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World Wide Web-Internet and Web Information Systems

Keywords

air, chemical engineering, equation of state, heat capacity, phase equilibria, thermal conductivity, thermophysical properties of air, transport property, viscosity

Citation

Lemmon, E. (2003), NIST 72. NIST Thermophysical Properties of Air and Air Component Mixtures: AIRPROPS, World Wide Web-Internet and Web Information Systems (Accessed June 15, 2024)

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Created September 24, 2003, Updated February 17, 2017