mean specific heat

mean specific heat

[′mēn spə′sif·ik ′hēt]
(thermodynamics)
The average over a specified range of temperature of the specific heat of a substance.
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Based on such an assumption, the mean specific heat along the whole test section is defined as follows:
With the modification of mean specific heat in Equation 8, a new correlation can be developed to predict the heat transfer coefficient at the supercritical region.