I work for a heater manufacturer and often have projects to work on requiring power calculations for all manner of substances. I am trying to find the typical thermal properties for heat transfer fluids such as Santotherm and Therminol. The manufacturers web sites don't seem to have this information. I am interested in the typical specific heat capacity for these fluids, can you help or point me to a site which has this information?
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Jim Grant Forum Moderator 114 Posts
Re: Thermal properties for heat transfer fluids29 October 2007 at 1:29pmIf you go to the web sites and fill in the registration form you will be able to download the complete physical and thermal properties as a function of temperature in pdf format.
Santotherm and therminol are one and the same product line.