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Título : Phase equilibrium and liquid viscosity data for R-290/POE ISO 22 mixtures between 283 and 353 K
Autor : F Czubinski, Fernando
Noriega Sanchez, Carlos Javier
K da Silva, Alexandre
Marcelino Neto, Moisés A
Barbosa Jr, Jader R
Palabras clave : Phase equilibrium, Viscosity, Mixtures, Hydrocarbons, Lubricating oil, Equation of state
Fecha de publicación : 1-jun-2020
Editorial : F. Ziegler
Citación : Czubinski, Fernando & Sanchez, Carlos & Silva, Alexandre & A. Marcelino Neto, Moisés & Barbosa Jr, Jader. (2020). Phase equilibrium and liquid viscosity data for R-290/POE ISO 22 mixtures between 283 and 353 K. International Journal of Refrigeration. 114. 10.1016/j.ijrefrig.2020.02.029.
Citación : GITYD;ART 104
Resumen : Novel experimental data and theoretical calculations of bubble point pressure and liquid-phase viscosity for a propane (R-290)/POE ISO 22 binary system are presented. The experimental setup consisted of an oscillating-piston viscometer connected in series with a synthetic variable-volume PVT cell. Experimental data were acquired for R-290 with mole fractions ranging from 0.2 to 0.8, temperatures between 283 and 353 K and pressures up to 22.5 bar. The phase equilibrium (bubble point pressure) was modelled using the Peng and Robinson (1976) and PC-SAFT (Gross and Sadowski, 2001) equations of state, while the liquid mixture viscosity data were predicted with the generalized friction theory (f-theory) of Quiñones-Cisneros and Deiters (2006). The absolute average deviations associated with the phase equilibrium and liquid viscosity calculations were 8.39% and 6.56% (Peng-Robinson and PC-SAFT), and 24.77% (generalized f-theory).
URI : http://repositorio.ufpso.edu.co/jspui/handle/123456789/3438
ISSN : ISSN: 1879-2081
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