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 Free-volume theory coupled with modified group-contribution PC-SAFT for predicting the viscosities. II. Alcohols and their mixtures
Tác giả hoặc Nhóm tác giả: DongNguyenHuynh, My T.Luu, Xuan T.T.Nguyen, Chau T.Q.Mai, Siem T.K.Tran
Nơi đăng: Fluid Phase Equilibria; Số: 502;Từ->đến trang: 11083-98;Năm: 2019
Lĩnh vực: Kỹ thuật; Loại: Bài báo khoa học; Thể loại: Quốc tế
TÓM TẮT
This work continues a series of studies on the actual ability of the model based on the Free-volume theory (FVT) recently proposed coupled with the modified group-contribution PC-SAFT (DOI: 10.1016/j.fluid.2019.112280) to simultaneously predict fluid phase equilibria and the viscosity of alcohols (from methanol to 1-octadecanol). Generalized correlations coefficients are suggested for the FVT triplet parameter set, which allows extrapolating the prediction of viscosity of similar compounds that are not included in the regression database. Similar to the previous considered systems, our model also remains a realistic estimator of the viscosities in the cases of associative molecules, over extended temperature and pressure up to 2000 bar. The overall average absolute deviations of the experimental vapor and liquid viscosity from those calculated by the model are 2.47% and 3.77%, respectively, which are appropriate for most industrial applications. In addition, liquid viscosity of alcohol containing mixtures was also predicted, with an overall average deviation of 4.5% for 62 considered mixtures (4157 data points). The calculation results shown the superiority of the proposed model compared to the other available viscosity models.
ABSTRACT
This work continues a series of studies on the actual ability of the model based on the Free-volume theory (FVT) recently proposed coupled with the modified group-contribution PC-SAFT (DOI: 10.1016/j.fluid.2019.112280) to simultaneously predict fluid phase equilibria and the viscosity of alcohols (from methanol to 1-octadecanol). Generalized correlations coefficients are suggested for the FVT triplet parameter set, which allows extrapolating the prediction of viscosity of similar compounds that are not included in the regression database. Similar to the previous considered systems, our model also remains a realistic estimator of the viscosities in the cases of associative molecules, over extended temperature and pressure up to 2000 bar. The overall average absolute deviations of the experimental vapor and liquid viscosity from those calculated by the model are 2.47% and 3.77%, respectively, which are appropriate for most industrial applications. In addition, liquid viscosity of alcohol containing mixtures was also predicted, with an overall average deviation of 4.5% for 62 considered mixtures (4157 data points). The calculation results shown the superiority of the proposed model compared to the other available viscosity models.
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