Thermodynamic Properties of Air from 60 to 2000 K at Pressures up to 2000 Mpa
M D. Panasiti, Eric Lemmon, S G. Penoncello, R. T. Jacobsen, Daniel G. Friend
A thermodynamic property formulation for standard dry air based upon experimental P-p-T, heat capactiy, and speed of sound data and predicted values, which extends the range of prior formulations to higher pressures and temperatures, is presented.
International Journal of Thermophysics
air, equation of state, fundamental equation, high pressure, high temperature, thermodynamic properties
, Lemmon, E.
, Penoncello, S.
, Jacobsen, R.
and Friend, D.
Thermodynamic Properties of Air from 60 to 2000 K at Pressures up to 2000 Mpa, International Journal of Thermophysics
(Accessed May 28, 2023)