W. E. Moeckel, Kenneth C. Weston
Charts have been prepared relating the thermodynamic properties of air in chemical equilibrium for temperatures to15,000 degrees k and for pressures 10 (-5) to 10 (plus 4) atmospheres. Also included are charts showing the composition of air, the isentropic exponent, and the speed of sound. These charts are based on thermodynamic data calculated by the National Bureau of Standards.
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