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Available Fluids in the ThermophysicalData:-CoolProp Package

 

Description

"Native" pure and pseudo-pure fluids

Mixtures

Incompressible fluids

Humid air

References

Description

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This help page describes the fluids available in the CoolProp library (CoolProp license), and thus in Maple's ThermophysicalData package.

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Most commands in the ThermophysicalData package accept a name or string to describe a fluid; you can use a name or a string interchangeably.

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In some cases (for example, mixtures and incompressible fluids), you will need to include characters in the name that are not, by default, part of Maple names. In these cases, it is easiest to use a string for the fluid. The same is true if you have already assigned a variable with the same name. If you prefer to use names in these situations, use left single quotes to get around the use of non-standard characters and use right single quotes to keep a variable from evaluating.

"Native" pure and pseudo-pure fluids

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The following pure and pseudo-pure fluids are understood natively by CoolProp. Each entry in the table below is a list of equivalent names for a fluid; each such list links to a page on the CoolProp web site (www.coolprop.org) that has more detail about the fluid.

Pure and pseudo-pure fluid table

"1Butene", "1BUTENE", "1-BUTENE", "Butene"

"acetone", "ACETONE"

"air", "AIR", "R729"

"NH3", "ammonia", "R717", "AMMONIA"

"argon", "ARGON", "R740", "Ar"

"benzene", "BENZENE"

"R744", "co2", "CO2", "carbondioxide", "CARBONDIOXIDE"

"CO", "CARBONMONOXIDE"

"COS", "CARBONYLSULFIDE"

"Cyclohexane", "CYCLOHEXANE", "CYCLOHEX"

"cyclopropane", "Cyclopropane", "CYCLOPROPANE", "CYCLOPRO"

"CycloPentane", "cyclopentane", "CYCLOPENTANE", "CYCLOPEN"

"Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane", "OCTAMETHYLCYCLOTETRASILOXANE"

"Decamethylcyclopentasiloxane", "DECAMETHYLCYCLOPENTASILOXANE"

"Dodecamethylcyclohexasiloxane", "DODECAMETHYLCYCLOHEXASILOXANE"

"deuterium", "DEUTERIUM", "D2"

"DICHLOROETHANE", "1", "2-dichloroethane", "1", "2-DICHLOROETHANE"

"DEE", "DiethylEther"

"DMC", "dimethylcarbonate", "DIMETHYLCARBONATE"

"DIMETHYLETHER", "DME"

"ethane", "ETHANE", "R170"

"C2H6O", "ethanol", "ETHANOL"

"ethylbenzene", "ETHYLBENZENE", "EBENZENE"

"ethylene", "ETHYLENE", "R1150"

"ETHYLENEOXIDE"

"fluorine", "FLUORINE"

"HFE-143m", "HFE143M", "HFE-143M", "RE143A", "RE143a"

"D2O", "HEAVYWATER"

"helium", "HELIUM", "He", "R704"

"hydrogen", "HYDROGEN", "H2", "R702"

"HydrogenChloride", "HYDROGENCHLORIDE", "HCl", "HCL"

"H2S", "HYDROGENSULFIDE"

"isobutane", "Isobutane", "ISOBUTANE", "R600A", "R600a", "ISOBUTAN"

"Isobutene", "ISOBUTENE", "IBUTENE"

"ihexane", "ISOHEXANE"

"ipentane", "R601a", "ISOPENTANE", "IPENTANE"

"krypton", "KRYPTON"

"Decamethyltetrasiloxane", "DECAMETHYLTETRASILOXANE"

"Dodecamethylpentasiloxane", "DODECAMETHYLPENTASILOXANE"

"Tetradecamethylhexasiloxane", "TETRADECAMETHYLHEXASILOXANE"

"Octamethyltrisiloxane", "OCTAMETHYLTRISILOXANE"

"Hexamethyldisiloxane", "HEXAMETHYLDISILOXANE"

"CH4", "methane", "METHANE", "R50"

"methanol", "METHANOL"

"METHYLLINOLEATE", "MLINOLEA"

"METHYLLINOLENATE", "MLINOLEN"

"METHYLOLEATE", "MOLEATE"

"METHYLPALMITATE", "MPALMITA"

"METHYLSTEARATE", "MSTEARAT"

"neon", "NEON", "R720"

"neopentn", "NEOPENTANE"

"nitrogen", "NITROGEN", "N2", "R728"

"N2O", "NITROUSOXIDE"

"Novec1230", "NOVEC649"

"orthodeuterium", "ORTHODEUTERIUM"

"Orthohydrogen", "orthohydrogen", "ORTHOHYDROGEN", "ORTHOHYD"

"oxygen", "OXYGEN", "O2", "R732"

"paradeuterium", "PARADEUTERIUM"

"Parahydrogen", "parahydrogen", "PARAHYDROGEN", "PARAHYD"

"propylene", "PROPYLENE", "PROPYLEN", "R1270"

"propyne", "PROPYNE"

"R11"

"R113"

"R114"

"R115"

"R116"

"R12"

"R123"

"R1233zdE", "R1233ZDE", "R1233ZD(E)", "R1233ZD"

"R1234YF"

"R1234ZE", "R1234ZEE", "R1234zeE", "R1234ZE(E)"

"R1234ZE(Z)"

"R124"

"R125"

"R13"

"R134A"

"CF3I"

"R14"

"R141B"

"R142B"

"R143A"

"R152a"

"Fluoroethane", "FLUOROETHANE"

"R21"

"R218"

"R22"

"R227ea"

"R23"

"R236ea"

"R236fa"

"R245CA"

"R245FA"

"R32"

"R365mfc"

"MethylChloride"

"R404a"

"R407c"

"R41"

"R410a"

"R507a"

"RC318"

"SES36"

"SO2", "SULFURDIOXIDE"

"SULFURHEXAFLUORIDE", "SF6"

"toluene", "TOLUENE"

"water", "WATER", "H2O", "h2o", "R718"

"Xe", "xenon", "XENON"

"Cis-2-Butene", "CIS-2-BUTENE", "C2BUTENE"

"mXylene", "m-xylene", "M-XYLENE"

"nButane", "butane", "BUTANE", "N-BUTANE", "R600"

"Decane", "decane", "DECANE", "N-DECANE"

"nDodecane", "Dodecane", "DODECANE", "N-DODECANE", "C12"

"nHeptane", "Heptane", "HEPTANE", "N-HEPTANE"

"nHexane", "Hexane", "HEXANE", "N-HEXANE"

"nonane", "NONANE", "N-NONANE"

"nOctane", "Octane", "OCTANE", "N-OCTANE"

"nPentane", "Pentane", "PENTANE", "N-PENTANE", "R601"

"Propane", "propane", "R290", "C3H8", "PROPANE", "N-PROPANE"

"Undecane", "UNDECANE", "N-UNDECANE", "C11"

"oXylene", "o-xylene", "O-XYLENE"

"pXylene", "p-xylene", "P-XYLENE"

"Trans-2-Butene", "TRANS-2-BUTENE", "T2BUTENE"

Examples

withThermophysicalData

Chemicals,CoolProp,PHTChart,Property,PsychrometricChart,TemperatureEntropyChart

(1)

withCoolProp

HAPropsSI,PhaseSI,Property,Props1SI,PropsSI

(2)
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The following example finds the boiling point of water at a pressure of 1 atmosphere.

  

Find the temperature at which water reaches saturation.

boilingPropertytemperature,water,pressure=1Unitatm,Q=0

boiling373.1242958K

(3)
  

Now we can use the convert/temperature command to find this temperature in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

convertboiling,temperature,Celsius

99.9742958°C

(4)

convertboiling,temperature,Fahrenheit

211.9537324°F

(5)
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This is the energy required to heat ethanol from 290K to 320K at atmospheric pressure.

CpTPropertyC,ethanol,pressure=101325,temperature=T

CpTCoolProp:−PropertyC,ethanol,pressure=101325,temperature=T

(6)

infolevel`evalf/int`10:

energyintCp,290..320,numeric

evalf/int/control:   integrating on 290 .. 320 the integrand

evalf/int/control:   tolerance = .5000000000e-9; method = _DEFAULT; method options = []Control:   Entering NAGInt
Control:   trying d01ajc (nag_1d_quad_gen)
d01ajc:   epsabs=.500000000000000e-12; epsrel=.5000000000e-9; max_num_subint=200
d01ajc:   procedure for evaluation is:
T -> ThermophysicalData:-CoolProp:-Property("C","ethanol",pressure = 101325,temperature = T)
d01ajc:   "trying evalhf callbacks"
Control:   d01ajc failed
evalf/int/control:   error from Control was:
"module member referencing is not supported in evalhf"
evalf/int/control:   NAG failed   result = result
evalf/int/control:   procedure for evaluation is:
T -> ThermophysicalData:-CoolProp:-Property("C","ethanol",pressure = 101325,temperature = T)
evalf/int/control:   "applying double-exponential method"
evalhf mode unsuccessful -- retry in software floats
evalhf error was:
"module member referencing is not supported in evalhf"
procedure for evaluation is:
T -> ThermophysicalData:-CoolProp:-Property("C","ethanol",pressure = 101325,temperature = T)
evalf/int/quadexp:   "applying double-exponential method"
evalf/int/samp_quad:   Delta[1] = 81818.37518016
evalf/int/samp_quad:   Delta[2] = -12682.47458184
evalf/int/samp_quad:   result = 74804.50122700, HError = 12682.47458184
evalf/int/samp_quad:   Delta[3] = -49.57812083
evalf/int/samp_quad:   result = 74754.92310617, HError = 49.57812083
evalf/int/samp_quad:   Delta[4] = .7624e-4
evalf/int/samp_quad:   result = 74754.92318241, HError = .7624e-4
evalf/int/samp_quad:   Delta[5] = 0.
evalf/int/samp_quad:   result = 74754.92318241, HError = 0.
evalf/int/samp_quad:   result = 74754.92318241, HError = 0.
evalf/int/quadexp:   errest = .2762595095616e-5, AbsError = .5000000000000e-12, RelError = .5000000000e-9
From quadexp, result = 74754.92318241   integrand evals = 65   error = .2762595095616e-5
tolerance = .3737746159120e-4

TCoolProp:−PropertyC,ethanol,pressure=101325,temperature=T

energy74754.92318

(7)

Mixtures

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The CoolProp library can deal with some mixtures between its fluids. For detailed information, see http://www.coolprop.org/fluid_properties/Mixtures.html.

Predefined mixtures

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There are some predefined mixtures, and some where the user can specify the proportions. The predefined mixtures are listed in the table below; their names all end in .mix.

Predefined mixture table

Air.mix

Amarillo.mix

Ekofisk.mix

GulfCoast.mix

GulfCoastGas(NIST1).mix

HighCO2.mix

HighN2.mix

NaturalGasSample.mix

R401A.mix

R401B.mix

R401C.mix

R402A.mix

R402B.mix

R403A.mix

R403B.mix

R404A.mix

R405A.mix

R406A.mix

R407A.mix

R407B.mix

R407C.mix

R407D.mix

R407E.mix

R407F.mix

R408A.mix

R409A.mix

R409B.mix

R410A.mix

R410B.mix

R411A.mix

R411B.mix

R412A.mix

R413A.mix

R414A.mix

R414B.mix

R415A.mix

R415B.mix

R416A.mix

R417A.mix

R417B.mix

R417C.mix

R418A.mix

R419A.mix

R419B.mix

R420A.mix

R421A.mix

R421B.mix

R422A.mix

R422B.mix

R422C.mix

R422D.mix

R422E.mix

R423A.mix

R424A.mix

R425A.mix

R426A.mix

R427A.mix

R428A.mix

R429A.mix

R430A.mix

R431A.mix

R432A.mix

R433A.mix

R433B.mix

R433C.mix

R434A.mix

R435A.mix

R436A.mix

R436B.mix

R437A.mix

R438A.mix

R439A.mix

R440A.mix

R441A.mix

R442A.mix

R443A.mix

R444A.mix

R444B.mix

R445A.mix

R446A.mix

R447A.mix

R448A.mix

R449A.mix

R449B.mix

R450A.mix

R451A.mix

R451B.mix

R452A.mix

R453A.mix

R454A.mix

R454B.mix

R500.mix

R501.mix

R502.mix

R503.mix

R504.mix

R507A.mix

R508A.mix

R508B.mix

R509A.mix

R510A.mix

R511A.mix

R512A.mix

R513A.mix

TypicalNaturalGas.mix

 

 

 

Custom mixtures

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A fluid mixture where the user can specify the proportions is specified as, for example, '"Water[0.9]&Ethanol[0.1]"'; that is, the components are separated by ampersands, and each component is followed by the molar proportion in square brackets. If the sum of the proportions is greater than 1, they are scaled to 1.

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The inputs given must be any two of the following three: pressure (P), temperature (T), and mass vapor quality (Q).

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For any mixture, the CoolProp library must know how to compute with each pair of fluids in the mixture. The following table indicates which pairs of fluids are suitable; a green dot means the given row and column can be combined.

Examples

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Determine the density of air at 1 atmosphere and 300 kelvin.

PropsSI(D, P, Unit(atm), T, 300*Unit(K), "Air.mix");

1.176692290kgm3

(8)
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Consider a mixture of refrigerants R32, R125, and R134a, in molar proportions 1:1:2. At what pressure do we get a vapor quality of one half, given that the temperature is -5 degrees Celsius?

PropsSI(P, Q, 1/2, T, -5*Unit(degC), "R32[0.25]&R125[0.25]&R134a[0.5]");

399877.0618Pa

(9)

Incompressible fluids

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There is a separate syntax for using a library of incompressible fluids that is part of the CoolProp library. These are selected by starting the fluid description with the string "INCOMP::".

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The incompressible fluids library supports pure fluids, some binary mixtures specified by mass fractions, and some binary mixtures specified by volume fractions.

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Incompressible fluids only allow for a limited subset of input variables. The following input pairs are supported: pressure (P) and temperature (T), pressure and entropy (H), pressure and mass density (D), and pressure and mass specific entropy (S). Some fluids also provide saturation state information; that is, you can specify that the mass vapor quality Q=0 and your choice of temperature.

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All choices of inputs function by specifying pressure and temperature repeatedly, internally, which makes this combination by far the fastest.

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The possible output quantities are temperature, pressure, density, heat capacity, internal energy, enthalpy, entropy, viscosity, thermal conductivity, and the minimum and maximum temperature at which the calculations are expected to work for the given fluid.

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For the binary mixtures, depending on the mixture, you have to supply either the mass fraction or the volume fraction as an additional parameter. This information can be found in the tables below. There are two different equivalent syntaxes for this: one can either append a dash and the percentage of the substance other than water; or append the fraction as a number between 0 and 1, enclosed in square brackets. For example, "INCOMP::LiBr-23%" and "INCOMP::LiBr[0.23]" specify the same mixture.

Incompressible fluid tables

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This table describes the pure incompressible fluids.

Name

Description

Temperature range (Celsius)

AS10

Aspen Temper -10, Potassium acetate/formate

-10 ..  30

AS20

Aspen Temper -20, Potassium acetate/formate

-20 ..  30

AS30

Aspen Temper -30, Potassium acetate/formate

-30 ..  30

AS40

Aspen Temper -40, Potassium acetate/formate

-40 ..  30

AS55

Aspen Temper -55, Potassium acetate/formate

-55 ..  30

DEB

Diethylbenzene mixture - Dowtherm J

-80 .. 100

DowJ

DowthermJ

-80 .. 345

DowJ2

Dowtherm J, Diethylbenzene mixture

-73 .. 315

DowQ

DowthermQ

-35 .. 360

DowQ2

Dowtherm Q, Diphenylethane/alkylated aromatics

-35 .. 330

HC10

Dynalene HC10

-10 .. 218

HC20

Dynalene HC20

-20 .. 210

HC30

Dynalene HC30

-30 .. 210

HC40

Dynalene HC40

-40 .. 200

HC50

Dynalene HC50

-50 .. 210

HCB

Hydrocarbon blend - Dynalene MV

-80 .. 100

HCM

Hydrocarbon mixture - Gilotherm D12

-80 .. 100

HFE

Hydrofluoroether - HFE-7100 3M Novec

-80 .. 100

HFE2

HFE-7100, Hydrofluoroether

-80 ..  64

HY20

HYCOOL 20, Potassium formate

-20 ..  50

HY30

HyCool 30, Potassium formate

-30 ..  50

HY40

HyCool 40, Potassium formate

-40 ..  20

HY45

HyCool 45, Potassium formate

-45 ..  20

HY50

HyCool 50, Potassium formate

-50 ..  20

NBS

NBS, Water

1 .. 100

NaK

Nitrate salt, 0.6 NaNO3 and 0.4 KNO3

300 .. 600

PBB

Pirobloc HTF-BASIC

50 .. 300

PCL

Paracryol, Aliphatic Hydrocarbon

-40 .. 180

PCR

Paratherm CR

-100 .. 220

PGLT

Paratherm GLT

-15 .. 315

PHE

Paratherm HE

0 .. 330

PHR

Paratherm HR

-15 .. 370

PLR

Paratherm LR

-85 .. 230

PMR

Paratherm MR

-40 .. 315

PMS1

Polydimethylsiloxan 1 - Baysilone KT3

-80 .. 100

PMS2

Polydimethylsiloxan 2 - Syltherm XLT

-80 .. 100

PNF

Paratherm NF

-10 .. 315

PNF2

Paratherm NF, Hydrotreated mineral oil

-10 .. 320

S800

Syltherm 800

-40 .. 398

SAB

Synthetic alkyl benzene - Marlotherm X

-80 .. 100

T66

Therminol66

0 .. 380

T72

Therminol72

-10 .. 380

TCO

Citrus oil terpene - d-Limonene

-80 .. 100

TD12

TherminolD12

-85 .. 230

TVP1

TherminolVP1

12 .. 397

TVP1869

Thermogen VP 1869

-80 ..  20

TX22

Texatherm22

0 .. 350

TY10

Tyfoxit 1.10, Potassium Acetate

-10 ..  40

TY15

Tyfoxit 1.15, Potassium Acetate

-20 ..  40

TY20

Tyfoxit 1.20, Potassium Acetate

-40 ..  40

TY24

Tyfoxit 1.24, Potassium Acetate

-55 ..  40

Water

Fit of EOS from 1 bar to 100 bar

0 .. 200

XLT

SylthermXLT

-100 .. 260

XLT2

Syltherm XLT, Polydimethylsiloxan

-100 .. 260

ZS10

Zitrec S10, Potassium formate/Sodium propionate

-8 ..  90

ZS25

Zitrec S25, Potassium formate/Sodium propionate

-23 ..  90

ZS40

Zitrec S40, Potassium formate/Sodium propionate

-38 ..  90

ZS45

Zitrec S45, Potassium formate/Sodium propionate

-43 ..  90

ZS55

Zitrec S55, Potassium formate/Sodium propionate

-55 ..  90

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The following table describes incompressible fluid mixtures given by mass proportions.

Name

Description

Temperature range (Celsius)

Mass fraction range

FRE

Freezium, Potassium Formate

-40 ..  40

0.190 .. 0.500

IceEA

Ice slurry with Ethanol

-33 ..  -8

0.050 .. 0.350

IceNA

Ice slurry with NaCl

-18 ..  -3

0.050 .. 0.350

IcePG

Ice slurry with Propylene Glycol

-43 ..  -8

0.050 .. 0.350

LiBr

Lithium-bromide solution - aq

-0 .. 227

0.000 .. 0.750

MAM

Ammonia (NH3) - aq

-100 ..  30

0.000 .. 0.300

MAM2

Melinder, Ammonia

-49 ..  20

0.080 .. 0.240

MCA

Calcium Chloride (CaCl2) - aq

-100 ..  40

0.000 .. 0.300

MCA2

Melinder, Calcium Chloride

-44 ..  30

0.090 .. 0.290

MEA

Ethyl Alcohol (Ethanol) - aq

-100 ..  40

0.000 .. 0.600

MEA2

Melinder, Ethanol

-44 ..  20

0.110 .. 0.600

MEG

Ethylene Glycol - aq

-100 .. 100

0.000 .. 0.600

MEG2

Melinder, Ethylene Glycol

-44 ..  40

0.000 .. 0.560

MGL

Glycerol - aq

-100 ..  40

0.000 .. 0.600

MGL2

Melinder, Glycerol

-40 ..  40

0.200 .. 0.630

MITSW

MIT Seawater

0 .. 120

0.000 .. 0.120

MKA

Potassium Acetate (CH3CO2K) - aq

-100 ..  40

0.000 .. 0.450

MKA2

Melinder, Potassium Acetate

-44 ..  30

0.110 .. 0.410

MKC

Potassium Carbonate (K2CO3) - aq

-100 ..  40

0.000 .. 0.400

MKC2

Melinder, Potassium Carbonate

-35 ..  30

0.000 .. 0.390

MKF

Potassium Formate (CHKO2) - aq

-100 ..  40

0.000 .. 0.480

MLI

Lithium Chloride (LiCl) - aq

-100 ..  40

0.000 .. 0.240

MMA

Methyl Alcohol (Methanol) - aq

-100 ..  40

0.000 .. 0.600

MMA2

Melinder, Methanol

-50 ..  20

0.080 .. 0.470

MMG

MgCl2 - aq

-100 ..  40

0.000 .. 0.300

MMG2

Melinder, Magnesium Chloride

-30 ..  30

0.000 .. 0.200

MNA

Sodium Chloride (NaCl) - aq

-100 ..  40

0.000 .. 0.230

MNA2

Melinder, Sodium Chloride

-20 ..  30

0.000 .. 0.230

MPG

Propylene Glycol - aq

-100 .. 100

0.000 .. 0.600

MPG2

Melinder, Propylene Glycol

-45 ..  40

0.150 .. 0.570

VCA

VDI, Calcium Cloride

-55 ..  20

0.150 .. 0.300

VKC

VDI, Potassium Carbonate

-35 ..  20

0.130 .. 0.390

VMA

VDI, Methanol

-80 ..   0

0.100 .. 0.900

VMG

VDI, Magnesium Chloride

-33 ..  20

0.070 .. 0.210

VNA

VDI, Sodium Chloride

-21 ..  20

0.070 .. 0.230

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Finally, this table describes incompressible fluid mixtures given by volume proportions.

Name

Description

Temperature range (Celsius)

Volume fraction range

AEG

ASHRAE, Ethylene Glycol

-35 .. 100

0.100 .. 0.600

AKF

Antifrogen KF, Potassium Formate

-40 ..  50

0.400 .. 1.000

AL

Antifrogen L, Propylene Glycol

-40 ..  80

0.100 .. 0.600

AN

Antifrogen N, Ethylene Glycol

-40 ..  80

0.100 .. 0.600

APG

ASHRAE, Propylene Glycol

-35 .. 100

0.100 .. 0.600

GKN

Glykosol N, Ethylene Glycol

-53 .. 100

0.100 .. 0.600

PK2

Pekasol 2000, K acetate/formate

-62 .. 100

0.300 .. 1.000

PKL

Pekasol L, Propylene Glycol

-49 .. 100

0.100 .. 0.600

ZAC

Zitrec AC, Corrosion Inhibitor

0 .. 100

0.060 .. 0.500

ZFC

Zitrec FC, Propylene Glycol

-40 .. 100

0.300 .. 0.600

ZLC

Zitrec LC, Propylene Glycol

-50 .. 100

0.300 .. 0.700

ZM

Zitrec M, Ethylene Glycol

-50 .. 120

0.000 .. 1.000

ZMC

Zitrec MC, Ethylene Glycol

-50 .. 110

0.300 .. 0.700

Examples

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The specific heat capacity of Downtherm Q at 500 kelvin and 1 atmosphere.

PropsSI(C, T, 500*Unit(kelvin), P, Unit(atm), "INCOMP::DowQ");

2288.164376JkgK

(10)
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The saturation pressure.

PropsSI(P, T, 500*Unit(kelvin), Q, 0, "INCOMP::DowQ");

38091.37404Pa

(11)
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Density of a 23% lithium bromide solution at 300 kelvin and 1 atmosphere.

PropsSI(D, T, 300*Unit(kelvin), P, Unit(atm), "INCOMP::LiBr[0.23]");

1187.543824kgm3

(12)

Humid air

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Finally, the CoolProp library can deal with humid air. This is supported through a separate command, HAPropsSI. More details can be found on its help page.

References

  

Bell, Ian H.; Wronski, Jorrit; Quoilin, Sylvain; and Lemort, Vincent. Pure and Pseudo-pure Fluid Thermophysical Property Evaluation and the Open-Source Thermophysical Property Library CoolProp. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, Vol. 53 No. 6 (2014): 2498-2508; http://www.coolprop.org/.

See Also

ThermophysicalData