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International Heat Transfer Conference Digital Library International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer Digital Library Begell House Journals Annual Review of Heat Transfer

STEAM TABLES

DOI: 10.1615/AtoZ.s.steam_tables

The following tables of the properties of steam are taken directly from Chapter 5.5.3 of the Heat Exchanger Design Handbook, 1986, by C. F. Beaton.

The tables in this section are reprinted, with permission, from NBS/NRC Steam Tables.

Symbols and Nomenclature for the Tables

Symbol PropertyUnits
hspecific enthalpykJ/kg
Ppressurebar = 0.1 MPa
PrPrandtl number (= ηCp/λ)dimensionless
rspecific enthalpy of vaporizationkJ/kg
sspecific entropykJ/(kg K)
tstemperature at saturation 
uspecific internal energykJ/kg
νspecific volumem3/kg
εstatic dielectric constantdimensionless
ηviscosity10−6 kg/(s m) = MPa s
λthermal conductivitymW/(K m)
ρdensitykg/m3
σsurface tension kg/s2 = N/m
specific entropy of vaporization kJ/(kg K)

Subscripts

g denotes a saturated vapor state
l denotes a saturated liquid state

The reference state for all property values is the liquid at the triple point, for which state the specific internal energy and the specific entropy have been set to zero.

Viscosity.

Figure 1. Viscosity.

Thermal conductivity.

Figure 2. Thermal conductivity.

Prandtl number.

Figure 3. Prandtl number.

Table 1. Saturation (temperature)

Table 2. Saturation (pressure)

Table 3. Compressed water and superheated steam

Table 4. Specific heat capacity at constant pressure

Table 5. Viscosity

Table 6. Thermal conductivity

Table 7. Prandtl number

Table 8. Properties for coexisting phases: viscosity, thermal, conductivity, Prandtl number, dielectric constant, surface tension

Table 9. Thermal expansion coefficient β = (1/ν)(∂ν/∂T)p of liquid water as a function of pressure and temperature. (β in 10−3/K.)

Table 10. Thermal diffusivity æ of liquid water as a function of pressure and temperature. (k in 10−6 m2/sec.)

REFERENCES

Haar, L., Gallagher, J. S., and Kell, G. S. (1984) Thermodynamic and Transport Properties and Computer Programs for Vapor and Liquid States of Water in S.I. Units. NBS/NRC, Hemisphere, Washington, D.C.

VDI—Wärmeatlas (1974) 2d edn., Verein Deutsches Ingenieure, Düsseldorf.

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