Density of water and temperature

Table of changes in the density of liquid water as a function of temperature between 0 ° and 101 ° C

This table is useful for sizing a thermosyphon heating installation and other thermodynamic applications

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evolution and change in the density of liquid water as a function of temperature
Density of liquid water as a function of temperature

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1 comment on “Water density and temperature”

  1. Excellent source of info.

    I am trying to calculate the flow rate of a thermal siphon. I need to move 1,000 gallons of water from a reservoir up 20 feet to another reservoir and I am attempting to calculate efficiencies of water movement technics.

    I tried to sing up for this forum, however I am getting an error when signing up (unknown cause).

    My level of fluid dynamics knowledge is high school.

    Any advice would be helpful!
    Thanks
    - = Greg = -

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