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Offline nels41490

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How would you go about finding the energy required to take liquid nitrogen at 70 F to nitrogen gas at 72 F at 10000psi?

I can't find the enthalpy of the liquid nitrogen at such a high temperature. I know it is a supercritical fluid, but I still need to know the enthalpy. It is for a nitrogen trailer (oil and gas). 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

bryan


 

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Re: How do you find the enthalpy of liquid nitrogen at 70 F?
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