CRITICAL POINT PREDICTION USING A MULTI-FLUID GENERALIZED CORRESPONDING STATES PRINCIPLE.

Richard L. Smith, Amyn S. Teja

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Abstract

In this work, the multi-fluid Generalized Corresponding States Principle (GCSP) is used for the calculation of the critical properties of mixtures. Classes of mixtures studied include those containing: simple spherical molecules; large quasi-spherical molecules such as the cyclosiloxanes; both spherical and large nonspherical molecules such as those important in supercritical extraction and hydrocarbon processing; and molecules exhibiting strong dipole moments. The advantages of the GCSP method are outlined, particularly for fluids not usually amenable to conventional corresponding states treatments.

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1985 Jan 1
Externally publishedYes

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