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Tejbir Singh
23-07-2003, 09:31 PM
Hello to all

Can any one provide me with Pressure tempreture charts of R-14

(TetraFlouromethane)

Tejbir:)

Prof Sporlan
24-07-2003, 01:03 AM
See below:

Temp Pressure
(F) (psia)
-280 0.10797
-275 0.16949
-270 0.25846
-265 0.38402
-260 0.55738
-255 0.792
-250 1.1037
-245 1.5111
-240 2.035
-235 2.6994
-230 3.5307
-225 4.5583
-220 5.8139
-215 7.3321
-210 9.1499
-205 11.306
-200 13.843
-195 16.804
-190 20.235
-185 24.183
-180 28.696
-175 33.827
-170 39.627
-165 46.149
-160 53.449
-155 61.583
-150 70.609
-145 80.586
-140 91.574
-135 103.64
-130 116.83
-125 131.23
-120 146.9
-115 163.9
-110 182.32
-105 202.22
-100 223.68
-95 246.78
-90 271.62
-85 298.29
-80 326.89
-75 357.55
-70 390.41
-65 425.63
-60 463.46

herefishy
24-07-2003, 02:23 AM
Gee, I guess that was simple enough. Huh, Prof. ;)

hehe

Gary
24-07-2003, 05:08 AM
Got a chart for R13B1, Prof? I haven't been able to find one online.

Tejbir Singh
24-07-2003, 06:52 PM
thanks Prof. for the help I was unable to find one on the net

Tejbir Singh

Prof Sporlan
24-07-2003, 11:01 PM
Here you go Gary :)

R-13B1 (aka halon 1301)
chemical name: bromochlorodifluoromethane
Sporlan letter code: T
ARI Guideline N color: red/coral (PMS 177)
ASHRAE 34 Group: A1
CAS registry no.: 75-63-8
critical temp: 152.6F
critical press: 574.9 psia
molecular weight: 148.91

Temp Press
(F) (psia)
-100 6.5361
-95 7.6295
-90 8.8636
-85 10.250
-80 11.803
-75 13.534
-70 15.458
-65 17.588
-60 19.939
-55 22.526
-50 25.364
-45 28.468
-40 31.855
-35 35.540
-30 39.540
-25 43.873
-20 48.554
-15 53.601
-10 59.033
-5 64.866
0 71.119
5 77.810
10 84.959
15 92.583
20 100.70
25 109.34
30 118.51
35 128.23
40 138.53
45 149.43
50 160.94
55 173.09
60 185.91
65 199.41
70 213.62
75 228.56
80 244.26
85 260.74
90 278.02
95 296.15
100 315.13
105 335.00
110 355.79
115 377.53
120 400.26

Gary
24-07-2003, 11:16 PM
Thanks, Prof. :D

John McGru
16-02-2004, 02:23 PM
Is there anywhere tables on other properties (enthalpy, enthropy) of all known refrigerants? I found the software on www.atofina.com, but other manufacturers have not such programs.

Does refrigerant properties differ from one manufacturer to another so much that it needs to take into account?

DaBit
16-02-2004, 11:48 PM
Coolpack might help you out. It's free and it's good.

Regarding the refrigerants: R404a is R404a. R134a is R134a. R410A is R410A. Regardless of the manufacturer: the Rxxx number stands for a certain composition, and thus known properties.

Prof Sporlan
17-02-2004, 02:50 AM
You may also find a refrigerant thermodynamic properties calculator here: http://members.isp.com/aschoen@isp.com/