Ivalin


Pif iblem Design an Iron-Sponge Unit Solution  [c.191]

Calculating the Potential of IVlean Force for Flexible Molecules  [c.598]

A pressure vessel is a closed container of limited length (in contrast to the indefinite length of piping). Its smallest dimension is considerably larger than the connecting piping, and it is subject to pressures above 7 or 14 kPa (I or 2 IbLin"). It is distinguished from a boiler, which in most cases is used to generate steam for use external to itself.  [c.1022]

Plastic pressure vessels have the advantages of chemical resistance and light weight. Above 103 kPa (15 Ibflin"), with certain exceptions, they must be designed according to the ASME Code sec tion (see Storage of Gases ) and are confined to the three types of approved code construction. Below 103 kPa (15 Ibf/in"), any construction may be used. Even in this pressure range, however, the code should be used for guidance. Solid plastics, because of low strength and creep, can be used only for the lowest pressures and sizes. A stress of a few hundred pounds-force per square inch is the maximum for most plastics. To obtain higher strength, the filled plastics or filament-wound vessels, specified oy the code, must be used. Solid-plastic parts, however, are often employed inside a steel shell, particularly for heat exchangers.  [c.1028]

Thermal conductivity (Win" K" 273-373 K) Thermal expansion per kelvin (K- ) Elect, resistivity (/iflm) Temp. coef. of res. per kelvin (in range 273-373 K) os-- ) Mean specific heat in range 273-373 K (J kg- K" ) Young s modulus (MN m" t (or MPa))  [c.1302]


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