Approximate Wide-Range Equation of State for Hydrogen
A very simple but approximate equation of state, while not adequate for computation of thermal properties, may, if valid over a wide range, be useful as a concise representation of the mechanical properties of a fluid. In particular it provides a continuous reference with which to compare experimental PVT data for purposes of smoothing, accomplished by examining differences.
KeywordsApproximate Equation Concise Representation Pair Interaction Potential Abrupt Ending Slope Intercept
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