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Steam tables

Steam property tables in PDF format, with numbers formatted using various decimal and thousand separators, in A4 and Letter formats, exquisitely well formatted, and made to fit on nine pages for fast and convenient use.

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The tables above quantify the properties of pure water across a large range of properties, as calculated according to the nist-iapws 1995 model [1].

Given are mass-specific internal energy, mass-specific enthalpy, mass-specific volume and and mass-specific entropy for a wide range of pressures and temperatures (dry steam and saturation points, for calculation anywhere in the liquid-vapor spectrum). Values for u and s are arbitrarily set to zero at the triple point of water, so that all values for u, h and s elsewhere are expressed relative to that point. The L and V subscripts denote values corresponding to saturated liquid and saturated steam respectively.

T_sat. is saturation temperature (the temperature for which both states will be present at the given pressure). Likewise, p_sat. is saturation pressure (the pressure for which both states will be present at the given temperature). T_cr. and p_cr. correspond to critical values (the maximum values for which both states can be observed).

In these documents, ten combinations of decimal separators, thousand separators and paper sizes are proposed. Leading and trailing zeroes are not written. Corresponding countries are indicated.

Data in these tables were produced by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology and are in the public domain. These documents were prepared by by Olivier Cleynen and are released under a Creative Commons Attribution (ccby) license. If this is useful to you, please cite the book it these tables are extracted from [2] in your documents:
Olivier Cleynen, Thermodynamique de l’ingénieur. 2021, 3d ed. isbn 9781794848207, url https://thermodynamique.fr/.

[1] W. Wagner and A. Pruß. “The IAPWS formulation 1995 for the thermodynamic properties of ordinary water substance for general and scientific use”. In: Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 31.2 (2002), pp. 387–535. doi: 10.1063/1.1461829 .
[2] O. Cleynen. Thermodynamique de l’ingénieur. French. 3rd ed. Olivier Cleynen / Thermodynamique.fr, 2021. isbn: 9781794848207. url: https://thermodynamique.fr/ .