Description:Steam tables with thermodynamic properties of water and steam calculated from the industrial standard IAPWS-IF97. Only works in port 0.
Current version:0.9
Author:Edwin Córdoba:
Downloaded file size:265,694 bytes
Size on calculator:38 KB
User rating:9.8/10 with 6 votes (you must be logged in to vote)
Primary category:Science/Physics
Languages:ENG ESP  
File date:2005-11-25 17:33:10
Source code:Not included
Download count:17,218
Version history:2005-11-25: Added to site
Archive contents:
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        0  2005-10-13 10:17   English/
    37076  2005-10-13 10:12   English/VaporHpEn.lib
   129902  2005-10-13 10:08   English/VaporHpEn.pdf
        0  2005-10-13 10:17   Español/
    37134  2005-10-13 10:14   Español/VaporHpEs.lib
   129611  2005-10-13 10:06   Español/VaporHpEs.pdf
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   333723                     6 files
Library contents:English/VaporHpEn.lib: Library 1199, VaporHP V0.9, Edwin Córdoba, Colombia Octubre 2005
Español/VaporHpEs.lib: Library 1199, VaporHP V0.9, Edwin Córdoba, Colombia Octubre 2005
User comments:Matheus Bernardo
2012-04-05 14:58:03
This software has been very helpful to my studies in thermodynamics. But I suggest you to make another version whose data would be from American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Thank you very much, and be sure that if you make this you'll help a lot of other people.
alejandro prieto
2013-01-23 16:18:38
debo decir que me ha ayudado mucho ya que no he perdido valioso tiempo en usar el diagrama de mollier. Es de gran ayuda para todos los estudiantes de termodinámica y maquinas termicas, ojala lo hubiera sabido antes y me hubiera ahorrado mucho tiempo en buscar en tablas.
2015-09-28 15:12:23
After I install the app, how should be the procedure to open it in my HP? I can´t open it..
Ivan Olanda
2017-11-20 03:03:06
Parce, si pudieras actualizar la tabla con la version Cengel 7ma edicion, seria genial.
Gilmer Marcano
2018-02-18 13:41:20
Excellent application recommended for students of thermodynamics and heat transfer of the career of mechanical engineering.

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