Enthalpy (vol basis)

Enthalpy (mass basis)” refers to the enthalpy of a substance or system expressed per unit mass. This means that the enthalpy value is normalized by the mass of the substance or system under consideration. It’s commonly used in thermodynamics and engineering to analyze and quantify the energy content of substances in relation to their mass.

Enthalpy Conversions supported are

  • Joules per Meter (cubed)
  • joules per liter
  • calories per cubic centimeters
  • calories per litre
  • British Thermal units per cubic inch, per foot, per gallon
  • Imp. and Metric units Kilowatt hour per meter (cubed) and kilowatt per liter
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