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Thermophysical Properties of Freon-21

  • V. V. Altunin
  • V. Z. Geller
  • E. K. Petrov
  • D. C. Rasskazov
  • G. A. Spiridonov
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Part of the National Standard Reference Data Service of the USSR: A Series of Property Tables book series (NATIONAL STAND., volume 8)

Abstract

The fundamental experimental and computational investigations of thermodynamic properties of Freon-21 (fluorodichloromethane) were carried out in the late 1960s. However, the results obtained are not fully reflected in the reference handbooks [0.8–0.10 and others]. Thus, the tables for the values of ρ, h, and s on the saturation line, which were published in paper [2.1], are presented in the reference survey [0.34] and the tables in the single-phase region in handbook [0.10]. The tables of thermodynamic properties on the saturation line (recommended in books [0.8–0.10]) repeat the data calculated by Rombusch and Giesen [0.46, 2.37], which are based on a small number of measurements [2.23–2.37].

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Thermal Conductivity Thermodynamic Property Transport Property Rayleigh Number THERMOPHYSICAL Property 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. V. Altunin
  • V. Z. Geller
  • E. K. Petrov
  • D. C. Rasskazov
  • G. A. Spiridonov

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