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  • PARA EL COLEGIO DE INGENIEROS

    COMO INGENIERO QU~MICO AFILWO AL COLEGIO REGIONAL DE INGENIEROS QU~MICOS DEL LITORAL. QUIERO EXPRESARLES A TODOS MIS COLEGAS Y AMIGOS, UN MENSAJE DE FE. DE A L E G R ~ Y ESPERANZA EN MEJORES D~AS PORQUE ESTOY CONVENCIDO QUE LA INGENIER~ QU~MICA POCO A POCO SE IRA POSICIONANDO CADA VEZ MbS FUERTE EN EL DESARROLLO INDUSTRIAL DEL PA~S.

    CARLOS PAREJA YANNUZZELLI ~ 7 + ~ w ~ ~ l u i m i e a

    PRESIDENTE EJECUTIVO DE PETROECUADOR

  • S T E A M T A B L E S

    PROPERTIES OF SATURATED AND SUPERHEATED STEAM - FROM 0.0865 TO

    15,500 LB PER SQ IN. ABSOLUTE PRESSURE

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  • CONTENTS Steam: Page

    Table 1. Saturated Steam: Temperature Table (32 to 705.45 F) ---------. ..---------. 6-11

    Table 2. Saturated Steam: Pressure Table (0.08865 to 3208.2 Ib per sq in. abs press.) -.------.--.-...----. 12-1 3

    Table 3. Superheated Steam (I to 15,500 Ib per sq in. abs press.)------------------- 14-28

    Conversion Factors ,--,,,,,,---,-,,--------,------- 29-34 Mollier Diagram ---,,--,,,,,-,-,,----------- Opposite 34

    Combustion These tables are in accordance with those adopted by The Sixth International Conference on the Properties of Sieam for the ASME Research Committee on Properties of Steam and published in the 1967 ASME STEAM TABLES, 1967 by The American Society of MF- chanicai Erlgineers. Permission has been granted Combustion En- gineering, Inc. to reprint the tables in this form. Tile y ! l i e r Diagram has been reprinted from STEAM TABLES, plibllshad by Combustion Engineering, Inc. 1940. P. full-size Mollier Chart is available irom The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Unites Engineering Cznter, 345 East 47 Street, New York, New York 1001 7 at a cost of E1 .5O Per COPY

    REFEREWCE STATE The liquid phase at the triple point of water substance is the state foi ~tirch the specific internal energy and the specific entropy are each made exactly zerc.

  • Table 1. Saturated Steam: Temperature Table Specific Volume

    Sat. Sat. Enthalpy Entropy Abs Press.

    Temp Lb per Fahr Sq In.

    t P 32.0 0.08859 34.0 0.09600 36.0 0.10395 38.0 0.11 249

    Sat.

    ,,Yfid 0.0179 1.996 4.008 6.018

    Sat. Sat. Liquid

    Sf

    Sat. Vapor

    S g 2.1873 2.1802 2.1732 2.1663

    Temp Fahr

    t 32.0 * 34,o 36.0 38.0

    Evap h fg

    1075.5 1074.4 1073.2 1072.1 1071.0 1069.8 1068.7 1067.6 1066.4 1065.3 1064.2 1063.1 1061.9 1060.8 1059.7 1058.5 1057.4 1056.3 1055.2 1054.0 1052.9 1051.8 1050.7 1049.5

    Evap Sf9

    ~ h u i d Evap vapor Vf " fB "9

  • 'The states shown are mestable

  • Table 1. Satuarted Steam: Temperature Table - Continued Specific Volume Enthalpy Entropy

    Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Liquid Evap Vapor Lic#d Evap Val; Liquid Evap Vapor

    " f v fS "9 h fg Sf S f 9 5 9

    A b s Press. L b per Sq In.

    P

    Temp Fahr

    t

    Temp Fahr

    t

  • Continued Temp Fahr

    t

    Abs Press. Lb per Sq In.

    D

    Table 1. Saturated Specific Volume

    Sat. Sat. Liquid Evap Vapor

    Steam: Temperature Table - Enthalpy

    Sat. Sat. Liquid Evap Vapor

    Entropy Sat.

    Liquid Evap Sat.

    Vapor sg

    1.4704 1.4667 1.4629 1.4592 1.4555 1.4518 1.4481 1.4444 1.4407 1.4370 I .4333 1.4296 1.4258 1.4221 1.4183 1.4146 1.4108 1.4070 1.4032 1.3993 I .3954 1.3915 1.3876 1.3837 1.3797 1.3757 1.371 6 I .3675 1.3634 1.3592 1.3550 1.3507 1.3464 1.3420 1.3375

    Temp Fahr

    t 460.0 464.0 468.0 4720 476.0 480.0 484.0 488.0 492.0 496.0 500.0 504.0 508.0 512.0 51 6.0 520.0 524.0 528.0 532.0 536.0 540.0 544.0 548.0 552.0 556.0 560.0 564.0 568.0 572.0 576.0 580.0 584.0 588.0 592.0 596.0 '

  • *Critical temperature

  • Table 2. Saturated Steam: Pressure Table Specific Volume Enthalpy Entropy

    Abs Press. Temp Sat. Sat. Sat, Sat. Sat. Sat. Abs Press. LblSq In. Fahr Liquid Evap Vapor

    Evap Liquid Evap Vapor LblSq In.

    P t "f v f~ "g hfcl S f s fa s g P

  • "Critical pressure

  • Table 3. Superheated Steam Abs Press. LWS In. (sat. +emp)

    Sat. Sat. Temperature -Degrees Fahrenheit Water Steam 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600

  • Sh = superheat, F h = enthalpy, Btu per Ib v = specific volume,.cu ft per Ib s = entropy, Btu per F per Ib

  • Table 3. Superheated Steam .. Continued Abs Press. LblSq In. (Sat. Tern~l

    .Degrees 'Fahrenheit 450 500 550

    Temperature - 350 400

    Sat. Sat. Water Steam

  • Sh = superheat, F v = specific volume,.cu

    h = enthalpy, Btu per Ib s = entropy, Btu per F per Ib ft per Ib

  • Table 3. Superheated Steam - Continued Abs Press. LblSq In. (Sat. Temp)

    Sat. Sat. Temperature - Degrees Fahrenheit Water Steam 400 450 500 550 600 700 800 900 1000