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Table A-22E - Ideal Gas Properties of Air
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This is a table I scanned from my Thermodynamics text book. This just illustrated some of the numbers obtained for this analysis. Data of note is the coulumn containing the relative pressures and specific volumes, Pr and Vr respectivly. The first values at ambient temps and pressures are taken from 560*R and the Vr and Pr values are obtained. Then with this info and boost numbers typical of these turbos, we can find the densities at each stage. If numbers fall in between the numbers found in each column, linear interpolation was used to obtain a value.
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