A series of computations have been made using the gas property computational schemes of Gordon and McBride to compute the gas properties and species concentration of ASTM-Jet A and dry air. The purpose of this work was to present the computed gas thermodynamic properties in a revised graphical format that would present this information in a way very useful to combustion engineers. The plan is to publish an extensive series of reports covering the properties of many fuel and air combinations. The revised graphical presentation displays on one chart the output from hundreds of computer sheets. The published reports will contain microfiche cards, from which complete tables and graphs can be obtained. This report documents the extent of the planned effort and provides samples of the many tables and charts that will be available on the microfiche cards.