SPECIFIC VOLUMES OF WATER AT HIGH PRESSURES OBTAINED FROM ULTRASONIC-PROPAGATION MEASUREMENTS.
HARVARD UNIV CAMBRIDGE MASS LYMAN LAB OF PHYSICS
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A computer-aided procedure was developed for obtaining specific volumes from measured ultrasonic velocities in any nondispersive medium. Newly measured velocities up to 80C and 10,000 kgsq cm yielded values of specific volumes for water over this same range. P. W. Bridgmans measurements of specific volumes in the high-pressure range showed systematic differences of a few tenths of a percent the present calculations yield values believed to be good to 0.050 or better. Author
- Physical Chemistry
- Fluid Mechanics