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Problem Solving in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering with POLYMATH, by Michael B. Cutlip - University of Connecticut, Mordechai Shacham - Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

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Appendix E. 

Physical and Transport Properties

Table E-1. Physical and Transport Properties of Air[a] (File E-01.POL)

T

Cp

μ×105

k

ρ

(gβρ2)/μ2

°F

btu/lbm·°F

lbm/ft·s

btu/h·ft·°F

lbm/ft3

1/°F·ft3

0

0.240

1.09

0.0132

0.0862

4.39×106

30

0.240

1.15

0.0139

0.0810

3.28

60

0.240

1.21

0.0146

0.0764

2.48

80

0.240

1.24

0.0152

0.0735

2.09

100

0.240

1.28

0.0156

0.071

1.76

150

0.241

1.36

0.0167

0.0651

1.22

200

0.241

1.45

0.0179

0.0602

0.84

[a] Welty, J.R., Wicks, C.E., and Wilson, R.E., Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer, 3rd ed., New York: Wiley, 1984, with permission.

Table E-2. Physical and Transport Properties of Carbon Dioxide and Sulfur Dioxide[a] (Files E-02A.POL and E-02B.POL)

 

T

ρ

Cp

μ×105

k

 

°F

lbm/ft3

btu/lbm·°F

lbm/ft·s

btu/h·ft·°F

Carbon Dioxide (gas)

0

0.132

0.193

0.865

0.00760

30

0.124

0.198

0.915

0.00830 ...

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