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What is the viscosity of ethylene at 80 F and 1500 psi?

What is the viscosity of ethylene at 80 F and 1500 psi?

What is the viscosity of ethylene at 80 F and 1500 psi?

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What is the viscosity of ethylene at 80 F and 1500 psi?
Any reference book.

Thanks,
Neculai

RE: What is the viscosity of ethylene at 80 F and 1500 psi?


If it helps, I have data up for ethylene vapor viscosity vs temperature at 550psia.

Viscosity = 0.012cP (80degF and 550psia)

RE: What is the viscosity of ethylene at 80 F and 1500 psi?

Thanks a lot!

Neculai

RE: What is the viscosity of ethylene at 80 F and 1500 psi?

Dear,

Liquid ethylene at 80 F and 1500 psig has following properties

ETHYLENE    %    100
Vapor Fraction    0
Temperature    F    80
Pressure    psia    1514.7
Liquid Cp    btu/lbmol/R    29.068
Liquid Density    lb/ft3    20.236
Liquid Specific Gravity    60F@STP    0.35418
Liquid Viscosity    cP    0.0366
Liquid Thermal Conductivity    btu/ft/hr/F    0.043037
Total Molecular Weight        28.052

have a nice day.

RE: What is the viscosity of ethylene at 80 F and 1500 psi?

Thank you Umar927.

Neculai

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