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We take no responsibilities for any errors in the code OBS: This workbook uses macros.99 bar a Enthalpy 255.000 bar a Saturation temperature #VALUE! °C Liquid Enthalpy #VALUE! kJ/kg Density #VALUE! kg/m3 Entropy #VALUE! kJ/kgK Vapour Vapour enthalpy #VALUE! kJ/kg Vapour density #VALUE! kg/m3 vapour Entropy #VALUE! kJ/kgK Evaporation energy #VALUE! kJ/kg Properties given pressure and temperature Pressure 17.x-eng.X Steam Tables Excel macros.80 kJ/kg Temperature #VALUE! °C Density #VALUE! kg/m3 Entropy #VALUE! kJ/kgK Vapour fraction #VALUE! % IF97 Region #VALUE! Phase #VALUE! Isobaric heat capacity #VALUE! kJ/kg Speed of sound #VALUE! m/s .00 °C Enthalpy #VALUE! kJ/kg Density #VALUE! kg/m3 Entropy #VALUE! kJ/kgK Vapour fraction #VALUE! % IF97 Region #VALUE! Phase #VALUE! Isobaric heat capacity #VALUE! kJ/kg Speed of sound #VALUE! m/s Properties given pressure and enthalpy Pressure 219.00 bar a Temperature 65. Set security options in Tools:Macro:Security… to enable macros Saturation properties given temperature Temperature 100. IF-97 Steam tables. A complete list of functions for use is available on The steam tables are free and provided as is.00 °C Saturation pressure #VALUE! bar a Liquid Enthalpy #VALUE! kJ/kg Density #VALUE! kg/m3 Entropy #VALUE! kJ/kgK Vapour Vapour enthalpy #VALUE! kJ/kg Vapour density #VALUE! kg/m3 Vapour Entropy #VALUE! kJ/kgK Evaporation energy #VALUE! kJ/kg Saturation properties given pressure Pressure 17.com The excel scripts are stored inside this workbook. By: Magnus Holmgren www.

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6 http://www. feedback. We take no responsibilities for any errors in the code or damage thereby.com The steam tables are free and provided as is. Temperature Tsat_p T_ph T_ps T_hs 1 1 1 100 bar bar bar kJ/kg 100 kJ/kg 1 kJ/(kg K) 0.01 0 100 1 1 bar bar °C °C bar bar 1 1 100 100 1 1 bar bar °C °C bar bar Specific volume vV_p vL_p vV_T vL_T v_pT v_ph v_ps Density rhoV_p rhoL_p rhoV_T rhoL_T rho_pT rho_ph rho_ps Specific entropy sV_p sL_p sV_T sL_T s_pT s_ph Specific internal energy uV_p uL_p uV_T uL_T u_pT u_ph .2 kJ/(kg K) #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! °C °C °C °C Saturation temperature Temperture as a function of pressur Temperture as a function of pressur Temperture as a function of enthalp 100 °C 84 kJ/kg ### kJ/kg 0. Set security options in Tools:Macro:Security… to enable macros.X Steam Tables v2. Pressure as a function of h and rho 20 °C 1 kJ/(kg K) 0.com Steam tables by Magnus Holmgren according to IAPWS IF-97 The excel scripts are stored inside this workbook. contact: magnus@x-eng.01 0.3 kJ/(kg K) 5 kg/m3 #VALUE! bar #VALUE! bar #VALUE! bar Saturation pressure Pressure as a function of h and s. This page can be removed) For error-reporting. Start from a copy of this workbook.5 2 kg/m3 #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kg Saturated vapour enthalpy Saturated liquid enthalpy Saturated vapour enthalpy Saturated liquid enthalpy Entalpy as a function of pressure an Entalpy as a function of pressure an Entalpy as a function of pressure an Entalpy as a function of temperatur Entalpy as a function of pressure an 100 °C ### kJ/kg 5 kJ/(kg K) #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! m3/kg m3/kg m3/kg m3/kg m3/kg m3/kg m3/kg Saturated vapour volume Saturated liquid volume Saturated vapour volume Saturated liquid volume Specific volume as a function of pre Specific volume as a function of pre Specific volume as a function of pre 100 °C ### kJ/kg 1 kJ/(kg K) #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! kg/m3 kg/m3 kg/m3 kg/m3 kg/m3 kg/m3 kg/m3 Saturated vapour density Saturated liquid density Saturated vapour density Saturated liquid density Density as a function of pressure an Density as a function of pressure an Density as a function of pressure an 20 °C ### kJ/kg #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! kJ/(kg K) kJ/(kg K) kJ/(kg K) kJ/(kg K) kJ/(kg K) kJ/(kg K) Saturated vapour entropy Saturated liquid entropy Saturated vapour entropy Saturated liquid entropy Specific entropy as a function of pre Specific entropy as a function of pre 100 °C ### kJ/kg #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kg kJ/kg Saturated vapour internal energy Saturated liquid internal energy Saturated vapour internal energy Saturated liquid internal energy Specific internal energy as a functio Specific internal energy as a functio Pressure psat_T p_hs p_hrho Enthalpy hV_p hL_p hV_T hL_T h_pT h_ps h_px h_Tx h_prho 1 1 100 100 1 1 1 100 1 bar bar °C °C bar bar bar °C bar 1 1 100 100 1 1 1 bar bar °C °C bar bar bar 1 1 100 100 1 1 1 bar bar °C °C bar bar bar 0. (No extra files are needed.x-eng.5 0. other units etc. OBS: This workbook uses macros.

September 1994 st_T st_p 100 °C 1 bar #VALUE! N/m #VALUE! N/m Surface tension for two phase wate Surface tension for two phase wate #VALUE! #VALUE! Vapour fraction as a function of pre Vapour fraction as a function of pre Vapour fraction x_ph x_ps 1 bar 1 bar ### kJ/kg 4 kJ/(kg K) Vapour Volume Fraction Observe that vapour volume fraction is very sensitive. Equations from "Revised Release on the IAPWS Formulation 1985 for the Viscosity of Ordinary Water Substa Viscosity in the mixed region (4) is interpolated according to the density.u_ps 1 bar 1 kJ/(kg K) #VALUE! kJ/kg Specific internal energy as a functio 100 °C 200 kJ/kg 1 kJ/(kg K) #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) Saturated vapour heat capacity Saturated liquid heat capacity Saturated vapour heat capacity Saturated liquid heat capacity Specific isobaric heat capacity as a Specific isobaric heat capacity as a Specific isobaric heat capacity as a 100 °C 200 kJ/kg 1 kJ/(kg K) #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) kJ/(kg°C) Saturated vapour isochoric heat cap Saturated liquid isochoric heat capa Saturated vapour isochoric heat cap Saturated liquid isochoric heat capa Specific isochoric heat capacity as a Specific isochoric heat capacity as a Specific isochoric heat capacity as a 100 °C 200 kJ/kg 1 kJ/(kg K) #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! m/s m/s m/s m/s m/s m/s m/s Saturated vapour speed of sound Saturated liquid speed of sound Saturated vapour speed of sound Saturated liquid speed of sound Speed of sound as a function of pre Speed of sound as a function of pre Speed of sound as a function of pre Specific isobaric heat capacity CpV_p CpL_p CpV_T CpL_T Cp_pT Cp_ph Cp_ps 1 1 100 100 1 1 1 bar bar °C °C bar bar bar Specific isochoric heat capacity CvV_p CvL_p CvV_T CvL_T Cv_pT Cv_ph Cv_ps 1 1 100 100 1 1 1 bar bar °C °C bar bar bar 1 1 100 100 1 1 1 bar bar °C °C bar bar bar Speed of sound wV_p wL_p wV_T wL_T w_pT w_ph w_ps Dynamic Viscosity Viscosity is not part of IAPWS Steam IF97. Vapour volume is about 1000 times greater than liquid volume and therfore vapour volume fraction gets close to the accurancy of steam IF-97 vx_ph vx_ps 1 bar 1 bar 418 kJ/kg 4 kJ/(kg K) #VALUE! #VALUE! Vapour volume fraction as a functio Vapour volume fraction as a functio . This is not true since it will be two fases.34 kJ/(kg K) #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! #VALUE! W/(m K) W/(m K) W/(m K) W/(m K) W/(m K) W/(m K) W/(m K) Saturated vapour thermal conductiv Saturated liquid thermal conductivit Saturated vapour thermal conductiv Saturated liquid thermal conductivit Thermal conductivity as a function o Thermal conductivity as a function o Thermal conductivity as a function o Surface Tension IAPWS Release on Surface Tension of Ordinary Water Substance. my_pT my_ph my_ps 1 bar 1 bar 1 bar 100 °C 100 kJ/kg 1 kJ/(kg K) #VALUE! Pa s #VALUE! Pa s #VALUE! Pa s 1 bar 1 bar 200 °C ### kJ/kg #VALUE! #VALUE! - Viscosity as a function of pressure a Viscosity as a function of pressure a Viscosity as a function of pressure a Prandtl Calcualted as Cp*my/tc pr_pT pr_ph Thermal Conductivity Revised release on the IAPS Formulation 1985 for the Thermal Conductivity of ordinary water substance (IAPWS 1998) tcL_p tcV_p tcL_T tcV_T tc_pT tc_ph tc_hs 100 1 100 100 100 1 100 bar bar °C °C bar 350 °C bar 350 kJ/(kg K) kJ/(kg K) 0.

2 * Extensive testing * Fixed error in Cp_ph * Function p_hrho added.4a * ToSIUnit for h_ps region 4. * Cp. (Fixed calculation differences in open office and excel) * Matlab error giving varaible undefined in some backwards solutions fixed. . News in V2. * Equivivalent to the Matlab version. Cv and w undefined in the mixed region. * Prandtl number added News in V2.1 * Calling function h_prho * Fixed problem with Cv reporting NaN in region 5.5 * DLL distrubution for use in other applications * Freebasic translation * Fixed small error in Cv Region 5 p>1000bar News in V2.com) News in V2 * Calling functions of h and s added. (Very good for calcualting pressure when heating a volume with water/steam mixture. (Before interpolation with the vapor fraction was used. News in V2. * OpenOffice version introduced.Version history News in V2. Surface tension added * Calling functions h_px and h_tx added. gives more efficient calculations.3 * Option Explicit.rho inplemented in matlab also. * Many missing . News in V2. * Thermal conductivity. (No effect in SI unit version).x-eng.6 * Error in valid region for function tc_ptrho * Error in function h3_pt for temperatures near the saturation point. in matlab causing printouts detected. * Extensive testing * my_ph not defined in region 4.) * Fixed error in T_hs return no value for vet region bellow the water saturation line.) * A work sheet "Properties" for simple lookups added. * Problems at region border for h4V_p to adress solver problems at the exact border. News in V2.4 * Functions by p. (Downloadable from www. * Problem at fast border check in region_ph fixed.

e as a function of h and rho (density). ed vapour entropy ed liquid entropy ed vapour entropy ed liquid entropy c entropy as a function of pressure and temperature (Returns saturated vapour entalpy if mixture. Observe for low temperatures (liquid) this equation has 2 solutions.page can be removed) on temperature ture as a function of pressure and enthalpy ture as a function of pressure and entropy ture as a function of enthalpy and entropy on pressure e as a function of h and s. ed vapour density ed liquid density ed vapour density ed liquid density as a function of pressure and temperature. as a function of pressure and entropy. c volume as a function of pressure and enthalpy c volume as a function of pressure and entropy. as a function of pressure and vapour fraction as a function of temperature and vapour fraction as a function of pressure and density.) c entropy as a function of pressure and enthalpy ed vapour internal energy ed liquid internal energy ed vapour internal energy ed liquid internal energy c internal energy as a function of pressure and temperature. c internal energy as a function of pressure and enthalpy . Very unaccurate for solid water region since it's almost incompressible! ed vapour enthalpy ed liquid enthalpy ed vapour enthalpy ed liquid enthalpy as a function of pressure and temperature. as a function of pressure and enthalpy as a function of pressure and entropy. (Not valid!!) ed vapour volume ed liquid volume ed vapour volume ed liquid volume c volume as a function of pressure and temperature.

c internal energy as a function of pressure and entropy. y as a function of pressure and enthalpy y as a function of pressure and entropy. ed vapour heat capacity ed liquid heat capacity ed vapour heat capacity ed liquid heat capacity c isobaric heat capacity as a function of pressure and temperature. Viscosity of Ordinary Water Substance". y as a function of pressure and temperature. c isochoric heat capacity as a function of pressure and enthalpy c isochoric heat capacity as a function of pressure and entropy. 2003 are used. ed vapour thermal conductivity ed liquid thermal conductivity ed vapour thermal conductivity ed liquid thermal conductivity l conductivity as a function of pressure and temperature. l conductivity as a function of pressure and enthalpy l conductivity as a function of enthalpy and entropy tension for two phase water/steam as a function of T tension for two phase water/steam as a function of T fraction as a function of pressure and enthalpy fraction as a function of pressure and entropy. of sound as a function of pressure and enthalpy of sound as a function of pressure and entropy. and therfore vapour volume fraction volume fraction as a function of pressure and enthalpy volume fraction as a function of pressure and entropy. ed vapour isochoric heat capacity ed liquid isochoric heat capacity ed vapour isochoric heat capacity ed liquid isochoric heat capacity c isochoric heat capacity as a function of pressure and temperature. . ed vapour speed of sound ed liquid speed of sound ed vapour speed of sound ed liquid speed of sound of sound as a function of pressure and temperature. c isobaric heat capacity as a function of pressure and enthalpy c isobaric heat capacity as a function of pressure and entropy.

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