Properties of Dry Air.xls



The properties of dry air at various temperatures. Specific Heat Capacity at constant pressure. Specific Heat Capacity at constant volume Dynamic Viscosity Thermal Conductivity Thermal Diffusivity Kinematic Viscosity Density Third order polynomial formulae are developed so that any property can be calculated for a given temperature.

The approach is explained in "Making Excel Read Graphical and Tabular Data"

Calculation Reference
Properties of fluids and gases
Properties of air

Submitted On:
17 Oct 2010
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John Doyle

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Comments: 1
JohnDoyle[Admin] 12 years ago
The values for the dynamic viscosity and thermal conductivity are high by 10^5 due to a typographical error reported by Joel Pierce. This has been corrected.