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Antoine Constants For Water

Antoine Constants For Water

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Hey everyone,

I need to know what the Antoine constants are for water vapor in "English" units (i.e. psia and degrees F). All literature that I have has them in SI units.

Thank you

RE: Antoine Constants For Water

Why? Just use conversion factors.

Good luck,
Latexman

RE: Antoine Constants For Water

Steam Tables don't work??

RE: Antoine Constants For Water

I would not use the Antoine equation for water, except if the temperature range you want to cover is narrow.
use Buck equation if you want something simple.
Google water pressure I like Buck's equation p(hPa)=6.112*Exp(17.5*t/(241+t)) t in °C

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