Cubic Equations of State
Fluid-phase equilibria: vapor-liquid, gas-liquid, and liquid-liquid, represent a most important application of chemical engineering thermodynamics in the petroleum and chemical industries. Quantitative description and/or prediction of such equilibria is essential in the design of distillation, extraction, and gas absorption units.
KeywordsEntropy Enthalpy Benzene Petroleum Toluene
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- Daubert, T.E., Danner, R.P., 1985; 1986. Data Compilation Tables of Properties of Pure Compounds, DIPPR, AIChE, N.Y. ( They provide correlations of available experimental data. Use, thus, of these correlations outside the range of the data involves extrapolation. )Google Scholar
- Dymond, J.H., 1985. The Second International IUPAC Workshop,Paris.Google Scholar
- Goodwin, R.D., Haynes, W.M., 1982. Thermophysical Properties of Propane from 85 to 700 K at Pressures to 70 MPa, Monograph 170, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C.Google Scholar
- Gupte, P.A., Rasmussen, P., Fredenslund, Aa., 1986. Ind. Eng. Chem. Fundam., 25, 236.Google Scholar
- Robinson, D.B., Peng, D.Y., 1978. The Characterization of the Heptanes and Heavier Fractions for the GPA Peng-Robinson Programs. GPA Res. Rep. 28.Google Scholar
- Van Ness, H.C., Abbott, M.M., 1982. Classical Thermodynamics of Non Electrolyte Solutions, McGraw-Hill, New York.Google Scholar