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# Water Density by Pressure and Temperature over 1 atm

## Water Density by Pressure and Temperature over 1 atm

(OP)
Hi.
I have a question about water density over 1 atm.
It could be a simple question but I don't know how.

I have two questions.
1) the way to find out the water density by pressure and temperature over 1 atm(Diagram or equations and so on)
2) density difference between saturation pressure and over it

I'm writing PSV safety test document.
Government asked to fill in all sheet including capacity in mass per hour(kg per hour).
Vendor wrote valve actual capacity in volume per hour(cubic meter per hour) so I need to convert it to mass per hour(kg per hour).

Can you tell me how to make it please?

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### RE: Water Density by Pressure and Temperature over 1 atm

Correction for pressure would be overkill, but you could include a correction for temperature i guess. Try this page for info:

https://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/water-density-s...

--- Best regards, Morten Andersen

### RE: Water Density by Pressure and Temperature over 1 atm

http://www.iapws.org/newform.html

Advise - Young's modulus for water is ~2GPa so you are able to neglect pressure correction.

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