Some interrelated thermophysical properties of liquid water and ice. I. A user-friendly modeling review for food high-pressure processing.

@article{Otero2002SomeIT,
  title={Some interrelated thermophysical properties of liquid water and ice. I. A user-friendly modeling review for food high-pressure processing.},
  author={Laura Otero and Antonio Diego Molina-Garcia and Pedro D. Sanz},
  journal={Critical reviews in food science and nutrition},
  year={2002},
  volume={42 4},
  pages={339-52}
}
A bibliographic search yielded a set of empirical equations that constitute an easy method for the calculation of some thermophysical properties of both liquid water and ice I, properties that are involved in the modeling of thermal processes in the high-pressure domain, as required in the design of new high-pressure food processes. These properties, closely interrelated in their physical derivation and experimental measurement, are specific volume, specific isobaric heat capacity, thermal… CONTINUE READING

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