Thermodynamics Calculator




    * Instant calculation of 16 different thermodynamic properties
    * Working fluids: water, R134a, ammonia, R12 (freon-12), CO2 and SF6

    NEW FLUIDS ARE ADDED: CO2-Carbondioxide and SF6-Sulfurhexaflouride

    Attention of the old version users updated to this version: In order not to face problems after fluid database update, old version users are needed to remove the app and then reinstall it.

    About Application

    Engineering students and lecturers, save time and effort with ThermoProps. ThermoProps is an application aiming to make it simpler and easy to find all thermophysical properties of fluids. This application is useful for engineering students/lecturers at Mechanical, Chemical, Mechatronics, Manufacturing, Material like Engineerings who are using traditional way to calculate desired fluid properties by using thermodynamic tables. Get rid of that tired and time expensive way using ThermoProps and save time and effort to deal with more valuable aspects of your job.


    By using ThermoProps, time consuming hand-calculations will be over;

    - Lecturers will have more time to teach more important points,
    - Students will have more time to learn more important points.


    - Instant calculation of 16 different thermodynamic properties
    - Working fluids: water, R134a, ammonia, R12 (freon-12), CO2 and SF6
    - Share results with other applications and save as text
    - Offline working
    - Ad-free working (Pro Feature)
    - Options to work with both International-SI(metric) and British/American-US systems of units
    - Wide range of unit options to input
    - Converter function to convert results to desirable unit
    - Simple and intuitional UI design
    - Feedback by warnings when input error
    - Support from Gingerbread (Android 2.3.3) to current devices
    - Support for all screen sizes
    - Three pre-defined themes and option to customize theme

    Traditional Way:

    With traditional way, processes can take 5 to 10 MINUTES :(

    Thermoprops' Way:

    With ThermoProps way, processes take only 5 to 10 SECONDS :)



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    Users review

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    Users comments for Thermodynamics Calculator

    John Albert Reyes

    by John Albert Reyes

    Jan 07, 2018  |  "Great"

    Should have add more properties. And I think the ammonia properties are not accurate. Please check about it. Anyways, nice application. :)

    Satish Mudaliyar

    by Satish Mudaliyar

    Nov 12, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Nice app loved it, but properties of air should be included....

    samer budo

    by samer budo

    Jul 10, 2017  |  "Poor"

    sucks the page is covered by ads and not helpful

    Josiah Royer

    by Josiah Royer

    Mar 29, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Awesome! As an industrial refrigeration engineer having ammonia properties on hand is very valuable. Until now the apps I've found only have pressure and temperature. Having the full range of properties is great! It would be nice to have an option for psig, but great in general.

    Diptangshu paul

    by Diptangshu paul

    Feb 14, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Beautiful!!! Best in Store... Definitely!! But it is Not Very Useful..... Because vf vfg vg hf hfg hg etc are Not Shown.... Like Real Tables..... I can not determine the one if the other of the g,f pair is not given....

    Surya Hitam

    by Surya Hitam

    Jan 02, 2017  |  "Great"

    Very nice app with lots of properties. I really like having several different compounds instead of just water. Here are suggestions for user interface: 1) put all the input fields closer together so we dont have to scroll down to see them. 2) where it is possible to enter h, u, v etc. show the units. 3) please show results to an appropriate number of significant figures. E.g. water vol. shown to only 1 sig. fig. 4) background colour change acc. to state is neat, but I'd prefer better contrast.