How to Obtain Data From Tables
In the previous lesson, we discussed the relationships between pressure, temperature and volume. We focused on understanding the nature of phases and phase changes by studying phase diagrams. Now, we will turn our attention to determining pressure, volume, temperature and other properties from tables of thermodynamic data.
In this lesson, we will study all three parts of a typical set of thermodynamic tables.
Saturation Temperature Tables
Saturation Pressure Tables
Subcooled Liquid Tables
Superheated Vapor Tables
We will only consider water in this lesson, but thermodynamic tables for ammonia and the refrigerant R-134a are also provided in the LT Advantage Bonus Materials.
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