Mollier Charts

Another form in which gas properties are presented is found in plots of pressure, specific volume, temperature, entropy, and enthalpy. The most common form, the Mollier chart, plots enthalpy against entropy. A good example of this is the Mollier chart for steam. Gases are generally plotted as pressure against enthalpy (P-h charts). These are also sometimes referred to as Mollier charts. The charts are readily available for a wide range of pure gases, particularly hydrocarbons and refrigerants. Some of the more common charts are included in Appendix B.

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