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Viscosity of Air, Dynamic and Kinematic
The viscosity of air depends mostly on the temperature. Specific Heat of Air, Density of Air, Specific Heat of Air, Thermal Conductivity of Air, Thermal Diffusivity of Air, Dynamic Viscosity of Air, Kinematic Viscosity of Air, Prandtl Number Air
Properties of Water Specific Heat of Water
Properties of Water, Specific Heat of Water, Thermal Conductivity of Water, Viscosity of Water
Alcohol Dilution Reduction Table
Alcohol Dilution Reduction Table [Dilution of Alcohol to Lower Strengths]. Gives the desired strength vs Strengths to be Reduced (% v/v)
Properties of Air at 1 atm Pressure
Properties of air For ideal gases, the properties cρ, k, µ, and Pr are independent of pressure. The properties ρ, ν, and α at a pressure P (in atm) other than 1 atm are determined by multiplying the values of ρ at the given temperature by P and by dividing v and α by P.
Specific Gravity Table Chart and Equation
Specific gravity of various materials, gasses and liquids. In the International System of Units (SI Units), the density of water is 1.00 g/cm3 at the standard temperature.
Speed of Sound Table Chart
Speed of Sound table chart including Speed of Sound at a known temperature and density of air, Speed of Sound vs Density of Air.
Air Density Equations and Calculator
The following is a Air Density and Specific Weight Equations and Calculator. Variables required include Temperature, Humidity, Barometer and altitude
Water - Density Viscosity Specific Weight
Water - Density Viscosity Specific Weight, Dynamic and Kinematic Viscosity of Water in Imperial Units (BG units). Density and Weight of Water at Known Temperature
Leidenfrost effect
The Leidenfrost effect is a phenomenon in which a liquid, in near contact with a mass significantly hotter than the liquid's boiling point, produces an insulating vapor layer keeping that liquid from boiling rapidly.
Description of a Simple Vector - Physics
Vectors are simple straight lines used to illustrate the direction and magnitude of certain quantities.
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