Use the links to see tabulated values of specific heat of gases , common liquids and fluids , food and foodstuff , metals and semimetals , common solids and other common substances .
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1000 J/kg o C equals to 1 kJ/kg o C or 0.239 Btu/lb o F .
The SI-system, unit converters, physical constants, drawing scales and more.
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
Work, heat and energy systems.
Specific Heat Ratio of air at temperatures ranging -40 - 1000 degC (-40 - 1500 degF) at standard atmospheric pressure - Imperial and SI Units.
Figures and tables with isobaric (Cp) and isochoric (Cv) specific heat of air at constant temperature and pressure ranging 0.01 to 10000 bara.
Online calculator with figures and tables showing specific heat (Cp and Cv) of dry air vs. temperature and pressure. SI and imperial units.
Figures and tables showing how the properties of liquid and gaseous ammonia changes along the boiling/condensation curve (temperature and pressure between triple point and critical point conditions). An ammonia phase diagram are included.
Online calculator, figures and tables showing specific heat, CP and CV, of gasous and liquid ammonia at temperatures ranging from -73 to 425°C (-100 to 800°F) at pressure ranging from 1 to 100 bara (14.5 - 1450 psia) - SI and Imperial Units.
Online calculators, figures and tables showing specific heat, Cp and Cv, of gasous and liquid butane, C4H10, at varying temperarure and pressure, SI and Imperial units.
Specific heat of Carbon Dioxide gas - CO2 - temperatures ranging 175 - 6000 K.
Specific heat of common food and foodstuff like apples, bass, beef, pork and many more.
Molar specific heats for some common gases at constant volume.
Ratios of specific heat for gases with constant pressure and volume processes.
Specific heat at constant volume, specific heat at constant pressure, specific heat ratio and individual gas constant - R - common gases as argon, air, ether, nitrogen and many more.
Heat vs. work vs. energy.
Specific heat of the human body - compared to substances like protein and wood.
Specific heats for some common liquids and fluids - acetone, oil, paraffin, water and many more.
Specific heat of commonly used metals like aluminum, iron, mercury and many more - imperial and SI units.
Final mass and temperature when mixing fluids.
Specific heat of polymers like epoxy, PET, polycarbonate and more.
Common solids - like brick, cement, glass and many more - and their specific heats - in Imperial and SI units.
Specific heat of products like wet mud, granite, sandy clay, quartz sand and more.
Energy stored as sensible heat in materials.
Convert between units with the unit factor or factor-label method
Figures and tables showing how the properties of water changes along the boiling/condensation curve (vapor pressure, density, viscosity, thermal conductivity, specific heat, Prandtl number, thermal diffusivity, entropy and enthalpy).
Online calculator, figures and tables showing specific heat of liquid water at constant volume or constant pressure at temperatures from 0 to 360 °C (32-700 °F) - SI and Imperial units.
Thermal properties of water at different temperatures like density, freezing temperature, boiling temperature, latent heat of melting, latent heat of evaporation, critical temperature and more.
Specific heat of Water Vapor - H2O - at temperatures ranging 175 - 6000 K.
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