Thermophysical Properties: Thermophysical properties at saturation for Freon

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|colspan="12"| Freon-134a, CF<sub>3</sub>CH<sub>2</sub>F, Molecular Mass: 102.0, (Tsat = -26.4°C; Tm = -101 °C)
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|| T Temp. ˚C || p<sub>v</sub> saturation pressure (105 Pa) ||  h<sub>lv</sub> latent heat (kJ/kg) || ρ<sub>ℓ</sub> liquid density (103 kg/m³) || ρ<sub>v</sub> vapor density (kg/m³) || μ<sub>ℓ</sub> liquid viscosity (10-3 N-s/m²) || μ<sub>v</sub> vapor viscosity (10-7 N-s/m²) || k<sub>ℓ</sub> liquid thermal conductivity (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 (kJ/kg-K) || c<sub>p,v</sub> vapor specific heat  (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 (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 (kJ/kg-K) || c<sub>p,v</sub> vapor specific heat  (kJ/kg-K)
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|| -60 || 0.1591 || 237.95 || 1.474 || 0.9268 || 0.663 || 83.0 || 0.121 || 0.00656 || 20.80 || 1.223 || 0.692
|| -60 || 0.1591 || 237.95 || 1.474 || 0.9268 || 0.663 || 83.0 || 0.121 || 0.00656 || 20.80 || 1.223 || 0.692

Current revision as of 14:59, 19 July 2012

Freon-134a, CF3CH2F, Molecular Mass: 102.0, (Tsat = -26.4°C; Tm = -101 °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 (W/m-K) kv vapor thermal conductivity (W/m-K) σ liquid surface tension (10-3N/m) cp,ℓ liquid specific heat (kJ/kg-K) cp,v vapor specific heat (kJ/kg-K)
-60 0.1591 237.95 1.474 0.9268 0.663 83.0 0.121 0.00656 20.80 1.223 0.692
-40 0.5121 225.86 1.418 2.769 0.472 91.2 0.111 0.00817 17.60 1.255 0.749
-20 1.3273 212.91 1.358 6.785 0.353 99.2 0.101 0.00982 14.51 1.293 0.816
0 2.9280 198.60 1.295 14.428 0.271 107.3 0.0920 0.01151 11.56 1.341 0.897
20 5.7171 182.28 1.225 27.778 0.211 115.81 0.0833 0.01333 8.76 1.405 1.001
40 10.166 163.02 1.147 50.075 0.163 125.5 0.0747 0.01544 6.13 1.498 1.145
60 16.818 139.13 1.053 81.413 0.124 137.9 0.0661 0.01831 3.72 1.660 1.387

References

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Bennon, W.D., and Incropera, F.P., 1988, “Developing Laminar Mixed Convection with Solidification in a Vertical Channel,” ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, Vol. 110, pp. 410-415.

Brent, A.D., Voller, V.R., Reid, K.J., 1988, “Enthalpy-Porosity Technique for Modeling Convection-Diffusion Phase Change: Application to the Melting of Pure Metal,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, Vol. 13, pp. 297-318.

Cengel, Y.A., and Boles, M.A., 2002, Thermodynamics – An Engineering Approach, 4th ed., McGraw-Hill, 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

Hale, D.V., Hoovers, M.J., and O’Nell, M.J., 1971, Phase Change Materials Handbook, NASA-CR-61363.

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Iida, T., and Guthrie, R.I.L., 1988, The Physical Properties of Liquid Metals, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Incropera, F.P., DeWitt, D.P., Bergman, T.L., Lavine, A.S., 2007, Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, 6th ed., John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY.

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

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