Thermodynamic property dataset used in the present investigation

Published: 24-04-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/26gb6m3sr4.1
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Phoevos Koukouvinis

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Properties used in the current study The following property tables are provided: - the NIST derived log10(p)-T table for dodecane. This table includes the correction for thermal conductivity at high temperatures from the PC-SAFT model. The format of the table is: decimal logarithm of pressure, temperature, density, enthalpy, entropy, heat capacity at constant pressure, speed of sound, thermal conductivity, viscosity, partial derivative of density in respect to temperature, partial derivative of density in respect to pressure, partial derivative of enthalpy in respect to temperature, partial derivative of enthalpy in respect to pressure. - the NIST derived log10(p)-T-y table for dodecane/nitrogen mixture. As the previous table, it includes the correction of thermal conductivity. It is calculated based on the weighted average of properties between real-fluid dodecane and nitrogen (no non-ideal mixing rules). The format of the table is: decimal logarithm of pressure, temperature, density, enthalpy, entropy, heat capacity at constant pressure, speed of sound, thermal conductivity, viscosity, partial derivative of density in respect to temperature, partial derivative of density in respect to pressure, partial derivative of enthalpy in respect to temperature, partial derivative of enthalpy in respect to pressure, nitrogen mass fraction. - the PC-SAFT table log10(p)-T-y used for liquid identification. It is calculated based on the weighted average of properties between real-fluid dodecane and nitrogen, including all non-ideal effects modelled using PC-SAFT. The format of the table is: decimal logarithm of pressure, temperature, mass fraction of dodecane, density, enthalpy, entropy, heat capacity at constant pressure, speed of sound, thermal conductivity, viscosity, partial derivative of density in respect to temperature, partial derivative of density in respect to pressure, partial derivative of enthalpy in respect to temperature, partial derivative of enthalpy in respect to pressure.

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