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Thermodynamic Properties of Nitrogen Including Liquid and Vapor Phases

By Jacobsen, Richard T.

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Title: Thermodynamic Properties of Nitrogen Including Liquid and Vapor Phases  
Author: Jacobsen, Richard T.
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Technical Reference Publication

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Introduction: -4n equation of state is presented for nitrogen which covers the full range of liquid and vapor values for temperatures from the triple-point temperature to 2000 K, and pressures to 10,000 bar. The thermodynamic property table is based on this equation of state and a function representing the ideal gas heat capacity. The equation also conforms to the Maxwell criterion, which provides for a thermodynamically consistent table of properties.

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Contents List of Tables .............................................. List of Figures ............................................. Nomenclature .............................................. I. Introduction ........................................... 2. Data for Determining the Equation of State.. 2.1. Pressure-Density-Temperature Data ..... 2.2. Saturated Liquid and Saturated Vapor Densities.. .................................... 2.3. Isoehoric Heat Capacity ..................... 2.4. Critical Point Parameters.. ................. 3. Preparation of Data for Use in the Least Squares Fitting of the Equation of State ... 3.1. Weighting the Data ........................... 3.2. Temperature Scale Corrections ........... 4. The Determination of the Equation of State.. 4.1. Analysis of the Functional Form of the Equation of State ........................... 4.2. Simultaneous Least Squares Fitting of the Equation of State to Related Thermodynamic Property Data ............... 4.3. Critical Point Constraints for the Equation of State ................................. 4.4. Coefficients for the Equation of State ..... 5- Comparison of P-p-T Data to the Equation of State .............................................. 5.1. Data Neal LIJC C ~ i t i ~Pa Vl ~I.I..I. ........... 5.2. Low Temperature Liquid Data ........... 3.3. High Pressure Data ........................... *Tlair xnrk war oupp-r~orlely. to ahom all requear reeardine irpnx?uaion should hr sddreasrd. 6. Extrapolation of the Equation of State. ........ 7. The Vapor Pressure Equation. ................... 8. The Ideal Gas Heat Capacity .................... 9. Derived Thermodynamic Properties ............ 10. Comparison of the Equation of State with Related Thermodynamic Data .................... 10.1. Calculated Heat Capacity Values.. ...... 10.2. Comparison to the Estimated Isocl~oric Heat Capacity Data Used in the Least Squares Fit for the Equation of State. ......................................... 10.3. Comparison of the Heat Capacity Data.. 10.4. Comparison of Latent Heat Data ........ 10.5. Comparison of Enthalpy Data ............ 10.6. Comparison of Selecied Ve!ocity of Sound Data ................................. I I. Estimated Accuracy ................................ 11.1. The Equation of State. ..................... 11.2. The Vapor Pressure Equation ............ 11.3. The Ideal Gas Heat Capacity Equation.. 11.4. Derived Thermodynamic Properties. ... Appendix A. Functions for the Caiculation of Thermodynamic Properties from the Equation of State (6). .............................................. 12. Bibliography ........................................... 12.1 References Conratning Experimental P-p-T Data for Nitrogen .................. a. Vapor. .................................... b. Liauid ..................................... c. Saturated Liquid ....................... d. Liquid on the Freezing Line ........ 12.2. Vapor Pressure Data ........................ 12.3. Calorimetric Data ........................... 757 3. P~GC.h em. Ref. Pcrtct, Vot. 2, No. 4, 1973

 

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