written by John H. Lienhard IV and John H. Lienhard V. Available for downloading as a PDF file.
Phase diagrams of binary, ternary and quaternary aqueous solutions of salts and non-electrolytes. The basic thermodynamics related to these phase diagrams is explained. The application of a thermodynamic model to calculate phase diagrams and perform process simulations is described.
Basic information about burners, combustion and boilers efficiency.
An article about the types, design, and operation of cooling towers, by Christopher M. A. Haslego.
Visualization of thermodynamic fundamental and state functions using computer-generated drawings for pure, binary, and ternary fluid-phase systems.
A Java applet to deduce the cross-sectional profile of a heated conductive bar based on its temperature.
IAPWS is an international non-profit association of national organizations concerned with the properties of water and steam, particularly thermophysical properties and other aspects of high-temperature steam, water and aqueous mixtures that are relevant to thermal power cycles and other industrial applications
Directory of the previous issues of the International Journal of Thermal Science - Revue Générale de Thermique and how to be published in this Journal. Links towards the others Elsevier sciences news and books.
The worlds only multi phase flash for poly disperse polymers. All the commonly used thermodynamic models are implemented, and a wide range of property calculations can be done in a matter of seconds.
The purpose of their research is to measure, simulate, interpret and correlate thermodynamic properties of a variety of mixtures as required for process and product design in the chemical and related industries, including biotechnology.
A site with information on the production and properties of Superfluid Helium (He II).
A general-purpose visual tool for solving thermodynamic problems and performing 'what-if' scenarios.
Therminol heat transfer medium : characteristics, ranges of temperature.
Thermophysical Properties of Fluid Systems
Online experiments using Java applets, demonstrating the diffusion process when gases are mixed. From the University of Oregon.
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