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Cryogenic properties as density, boiling points and heat of evaporation for fluids like hydrogen, methane, oxygen, nitrogen, fluorine and helium.
Cryogenic services involves the handling of liquefied gases like helium, hydrogen, methane, nitrogen, oxygen and fluorine in temperatures between -150 oF to -450 oF.
The "cryogenic" properties of these materials can be summarized to:
Cryogenic Fluids and Liquefied Gas Properties
- He -
- H2 -
- CH4 -
- N2 -
- O2 -
- F2 -
|Density at Normal Pressure and Temperature - NPT
|Boiling point at 1 atm
|Vapor density at boiling point
|Liquid density at boiling point
|Heat of vaporization
NTP - Normal Temperature and Pressure: 14.696 psia 70 oF.
- 1 lb/ft3 = 16.018 kg/m3
- 1 psi = 6894.8 Pa
- 1 Btu/lb = 2326 J/kg
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
Critical points of some common substances like air, argon, helium and more
Introduction to accuracy in flow measurement devices.
Chemical, Physical and Thermal Properties of Helium - He.
Specific heat of Hydrogen Gas - H2 - at temperatures ranging 175 - 6000 K.
Chemical, Physical and Thermal Properties of Hydrogen - H2.
Boiling temperatures for common liquids and gases - acetone, butane, propane and more.
Online calculator, figures and tables showing dynamic and kinematic viscosity of methane, CH4, at varying temperature and pressure - Imperial and SI Units.
Chemical, Physical and Thermal Properties of Methane - CH4. Phase diagram included.
Figures and tables showing Prandtl number of nitrogen at varying temperarure and pressure, SI and Imperial units.
Figures and tables showing thermal diffusivity of nitrogen at varying temperarure and pressure, SI and Imperial units.
Chemical, Physical and Thermal Properties of Nitrogen - N2.
Chemical, Physical and Thermal Properties of Oxygen - O2.
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