Calculation of Thermofunctions of Fluorine
Extensive accurate PVT and specific-heat data for fluorine have only recently become available [1–5]. These data are needed for systems development work on proposed rocket propulsion systems employing liquid fluorine as an oxidizer. For engineering purposes, however, it is desirable to have the thermodynamic functions which must be calculated from the measured PVT data.
KeywordsThermodynamic Property Thermodynamic Function Saturated Liquid Saturation Boundary Density Isotherm
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