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Title: Fundamental Gas Laws
Author: Eugene F. Dawson
Source: 1945 Southwestern Gas Measurement Short Course (Now called ISHM)
Year Published: 1945
Abstract: Gas laws, as generally used, are mathematical relationships of the properties of gases. Those properties of specific interest and value in the field of engineering are pressure, volume, temperature, heat, enthalpy, and work-place The so-called Gas Laws are often referred to as Ideal or Perfect Gas Laws as they apply to the relationships of properties of an ideal or perfect gas, It is fortunate that, while no actual gas conforms exactly to these laws, many gases such as air, oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen act nearly in accordance with these laws to such an extent that engineers can use these laws with real gases to a high degree of accuracy.