Click on a table icon for a traditional chart or table and the daemon icon for a smart table.
Material properties (cp = cv and v = 1/ρ) of solids and liquids upon which the SL (solid/liquid) model is built. In the state daemon, simply select the working substance and click Calculate to display the material properties.
Saturation and superheated tables for phase-change (PC) fluids. In the PC daemon, select the working fluid (from more than 60 fluids), enter two independent thermodynamic properties (say, p and h: all thermodynamic properties are colored blue) to obtain all other properties.
R-134a R-22
R-12 Ammonia
(NH3)
N2 Propane
(C3H8)
Material properties - cp, cv, R, k, etc. - upon which the perfect gas (PG) model is built. In the PG state daemon, select the working fluid and click Calculate to display the material properties.
Polynomial relation and tabular data for cp as a function of absolute temperature T. To obtain cp from the IG daemon, select the gas, enter a temperature, and click Calculate. You may also obtain the temperature by entering a value for cp.
Ideal gas (IG) tables for several gases. In the IG daemon, you wil find a much wider selection of gases. Select a gas, enter two independent thermodynamic properties and click Calculate for a complete state.
 
Critical properties of various fluids used in the real gas (RG) model. In the RG daemon, select the fluid and click Calculate to display all the material properties including the critical properties.
Lee-Kesler Charts Compressibility charts used in the real gas (RG) model. Lee-Kesler charts are based on ideal fluid assumption and Nelson-Obert charts are based on average data. In the RG daemon, select a model by using the LK or NO radio button, select a fluid, enter two independent thermodynamic properties, and click Calculate to obtain the complete state.
Nelson-Obert Charts
BWR Coefficents Constants used in Benedict-Webb-Rubin (BWR) equation of state.
Traditional psychrometric chart for moist air. The MA (moist air) daemon handles other moist gases beside air. After selecting the gas, enter the known thermodynamic (blue) properties to calculate the rest.
Formation enthalpies, heating values, and equilibrium constants tables. Use the n-IG mixture daemon to obtain component and mixture properties, combustion daemon to find heating values, and the chemical equilibrium daemon to find equilibrium constant.
Isentropic, normal-shock, and barometric (variation of properties with altitude) table. In the gas dynamics daemon, select a gas and click Calculate to populate the isentropic, normal-shock, delta-theta (oblique shock), and Prandtl-Meyer table (expansion fan) in the table panel.
Table-I
(Conversion Table)
Handy unit conversion table in a pdf file. An enhanced version of the unit conversion daemon is available as a free Android app with an intuitive spinning wheel interface. Search for Engineering Unit Converter app in Google Play.
Table-J
(Equation Sheet)
Frequently used equations for property evaluation and system analysis for manual solution in a compact pdf file. Launch the calculator daemon (appears in a pop-up window) for quick engineering calculations.