Estimation of Molecular Transport Data

  • Guy-Marie Côme


This chapter suggests methods of estimating the diffusion coefficients, the viscosity and the thermal conductivity of pure substances and gaseous mixtures.


Thermal Conductivity Dynamic Viscosity Polarity Parameter Methyl Chloride Acentric Factor 
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Further Reading

  1. GARDINER W.C. JR, Coordinator, Combustion Chemistry, 2nd edition, Springer-Verlag (1994).Google Scholar
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  3. KEE R.J., DIXON-LEWIS G., WARNATZ J., COLTRIN M.E., MILLER J.A., A Fortran Computer Code Package for the Evaluation of Gas-Phase Multicomponent Transport Properties, SANDIA Report SAND 86–8246. VC-401 (1993).Google Scholar
  4. ONKEN V., PAUL H.I., Estimation of physical properties, Ullmann’s Enc. Ind. Chem., B1, chap. 6(1995).Google Scholar
  5. POLING B.E., PRAUSNITZ J.M., O’CONNEL J.P., The Properties of Gases and Liquids, 5th edition, McGraw Hill (2000).Google Scholar
  6. WANG H., FRENKLACH M., Transport properties of poly cyclic aromatic hydrocarbons for flame modeling, Comb. & Flame, 96, 163 (1994).CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Guy-Marie Côme
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  1. 1.UMR CNRSENSICNancyFrance

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