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Atmospheric Thermodynamics

Atmospheric thermodynamics describes the thermodynamic properties of moist and dry air. Use Wolfram|Alpha to calculate the saturation vapor pressure, sound absorption and speed, dew point and other properties of air.

Dry Air

Compute the thermodynamic properties of dry air.

Calculate properties of dry air:

Saturation Vapor Pressure

Calculate the saturation vapor pressure at different temperatures using the Arden Buck and Goff–Gratch equations.

Compute the saturation vapor pressure:


Calculate the properties and state transformations of moist air.

Compute properties of moist air:

Compute the sound absorption coefficients for moist air:

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