Re: Ethanol Azeotrope boiling point at altitudes above sea
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "howives" <rosencrantz629@...> wrote:
> In the past I thought I saw a table or converter/calculator for
> estimating the boiling point of the azeotrope at different altitudes.
> I believe it was called the "Water & Ethanol Boiling Point Calculator"
> and I could have sworn it was posted to this group.
> Can anyone tell me where it is located?
> I am currently using: http://www.partyman.se/calculator.html
> In conjunction with: http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/air-altitude-
> I just seem to remember a table or calculator that did it in one "swell
> Thanks in advance,
There was a discussion on this some time back in Distillers group.
The Partyman calculator was built by a young Polish guy, Witek Mozga.Go to the English version site
Unfortunately you can't see that on Partyman's site, unless you hover your mouse pointer over the blank space after the © symbol.
© Witek Mozga
There's a few calculators there that may interest you.