Thermophysical Properties: Freon®-113

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| colspan="12" | Freon-113, C2F3Cl3, Molecular Mass: 187.4, (T<sub>sat</sub> = 47.68 °C; T<sub>m</sub> = -36.6 °C)
| colspan="12" | Freon-113, C2F3Cl3, Molecular Mass: 187.4, (T<sub>sat</sub> = 47.68 °C; T<sub>m</sub> = -36.6 °C)
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|| T Temp. ˚C || p<sub>v</sub> saturation pressure (10<sup>5</sup> Pa) || h<sub>lv</sub>  latent heat (kJ/kg) || ρ<sub>ℓ</sub> liquid density (10<sup>3</sup> kg/m³) || ρ<sub>v</sub> vapor density (kg/m³) || μ<sub>ℓ</sub> liquid viscosity (10<sup>-3</sup> N-s/m²) || μ<sub>v</sub> vapor viscosity (10<sup>-7</sup> N-s/m²) || k<sub>ℓ</sub> liquid thermal conductivity a (W/m-K) || k<sub>v</sub> vapor thermal conductivity (W/m-K) || σ liquid surface tension (10-3N/m) || c<sub>p,ℓ</sub> liquid specific heat a (kJ/kg-K) || c<sub>p,v</sub> vapor specific heat a (kJ/kg-K)
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|| T Temp. ˚C || p<sub>v</sub> saturation pressure (10<sup>5</sup> Pa) || h<sub>lv</sub>  latent heat (kJ/kg) || ρ<sub>ℓ</sub> liquid density (10<sup>3</sup> kg/m³) || ρ<sub>v</sub> vapor density (kg/m³) || μ<sub>ℓ</sub> liquid viscosity (10<sup>-3</sup> N-s/m²) || μ<sub>v</sub> vapor viscosity (10<sup>-7</sup> N-s/m²) || k<sub>ℓ</sub> liquid thermal conductivity a (W/m-K) || k<sub>v</sub> vapor thermal conductivity (W/m-K) || σ liquid surface tension (10<sup>-3</sup>N/m) || c<sub>p,ℓ</sub> liquid specific heat a (kJ/kg-K) || c<sub>p,v</sub> vapor specific heat a (kJ/kg-K)
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|| -30 || 0.0283 || 166.88 || 1.687 || 0.2639 || 1.670 || 89.4 || 0.0889 ||  || 25.3 || 0.855 || 0.587
|| -30 || 0.0283 || 166.88 || 1.687 || 0.2639 || 1.670 || 89.4 || 0.0889 ||  || 25.3 || 0.855 || 0.587

Current revision as of 19:21, 24 September 2012

Freon-113, C2F3Cl3, Molecular Mass: 187.4, (Tsat = 47.68 °C; Tm = -36.6 °C)
T Temp. ˚C pv saturation pressure (105 Pa) hlv latent heat (kJ/kg) ρ liquid density (103 kg/m³) ρv vapor density (kg/m³) μ liquid viscosity (10-3 N-s/m²) μv vapor viscosity (10-7 N-s/m²) k liquid thermal conductivity a (W/m-K) kv vapor thermal conductivity (W/m-K) σ liquid surface tension (10-3N/m) cp,ℓ liquid specific heat a (kJ/kg-K) cp,v vapor specific heat a (kJ/kg-K)
-30 0.0283 166.88 1.687 0.2639 1.670 89.4 0.0889 25.3 0.855 0.587
-20 0.0905 161.48 1.643 0.7800 1.130 94.2 0.0867 22.8 0.882 0.597
0 0.1500 158.68 1.621 1.2510 0.948 96.7 0.0822 21.5 0.921 0.621
10 0.2387 155.83 1.598 1.9300 0.780 99.0 0.0799 20.6 0.937 0.627
30 0.5420 149.93 1.554 4.1500 0.590 104.0 0.0754 18.1 0.962 0.647
50 1.0943 143.82 1.508 8.0000 0.475 108.5 0.0709 0.00866 16.0 0.986 0.667
70 2.0120 137.46 1.455 14.3000 0.401 113.0 0.0664 13.9 1.004 0.689


Propertya Temp. α0 α1 α2 α3 α4 α5 Error(%)
pv, c (105Pa) -30–70 °C 1.5513-1b 5.5834-3 1.9778-4 2.8601-6 -5.7513-8 5.3363-10 1.45
hlv (kJ/kg) -30–70 °C 5.0647 -1.0499-3 -2.6927-5 -6.1850-7 2.7966-8 -2.3520-10 0.10
ρ (103kg/m³) -30–70 °C 4.8109-1 -7.0767-4 -1.9487-5 -4.7513-7 2.1984-8 -1.9019-10 0.09
ρv, c (kg/m³) -30–70 °C 1.2915 4.3043-2 1.4813-3 2.0168-5 -5.0204-7 4.6851-9 1.35
μ (10-3Ns/m²) -30–70 °C -8.8373-2 -9.8086-3 -2.0540-4 -6.0984-6 3.1638-7 -2.7593-9 1.57
μv (10-7 Ns/m²) -30–70 °C 4.5742 1.3980-3 3.4991-5 9.1946-7 -4.4771-8 3.8285-10 0.12
k (W/m-K) -30–70 °C -2.4988 -2.7661-3 -3.9035-6 2.0723-8 -4.4813-10 1.8509-12 0.01
kv, c (W/m-K) 50 °C 8.66-3
σ (10-3 N/m) -30–70 °C 3.0672 -3.0787-3 -8.9997-5 -2.0623-6 9.4964-8 -8.0415-10 0.04
cp,ℓ(kJ/kg-K) -30–70 °C -8.1787-2 1.7608-3 -1.6786-5 2.3976-7 -8.1962-10 -1.0574-11 0.02
cp,v (kJ/kg-K) -30–70 °C -4.7900-1 1.6029-3 -1.1241-5 5.9003-8 5.3622-9 -5.9305-11 0.12

a Polynomial function: ln(Property) = α0 + α1T + α2T2 + α3T3 + α4T4 + α5T5

b The notation 1.5513-1 signifies 1.5513×10-1

c Polynomial function: Property = α0 + α1T + α2T2 + α3T3 + α4T4 + α5T5


References

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, 2001, ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals, ASHRAE, New York, NY.

Faghri, A., and Zhang, Y., 2006, Transport Phenomena in Multiphase Systems, Elsevier, Burlington, MA.

Faghri Amir , Zhang Yuwen , Howell John, 2010, Advanced Heat and Mass Transfer, Global Digital Press, Columbia, MO

Vargaftik, N.B., 1975, Handbook of Physical Properties of Liquids and Gases, Hemisphere, New York, NY.

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