Privat, Romain Gani, Rafiqul Jaubert, Jean-Noël

The PC-SAFT equation of state is a very popular and promising model for fluids that employs a complicated pressure-explicit mathematical function (and can therefore not be solved analytically at a specified pressure and temperature, contrary to classical cubic equations). In this work, we demonstrate that in case of pure fluids, the PC-SAFT equatio...

Privat, Romain Gani, Rafiqul Jaubert, Jean-Noël

The PC-SAFT equation of state is a very popular and promising model for fluids that employs a complicated pressure-explicit mathematical function (and can therefore not be solved analytically at a specified pressure and temperature, contrary to classical cubic equations). In this work, we demonstrate that in case of pure fluids, the PC-SAFT equatio...

Privat, Romain Gani, Rafiqul Jaubert, Jean-Noël

The PC-SAFT equation of state is a very popular and promising model for fluids that employs a complicated pressure-explicit mathematical function (and can therefore not be solved analytically at a specified pressure and temperature, contrary to classical cubic equations). In this work, we demonstrate that in case of pure fluids, the PC-SAFT equatio...

Privat, Romain Gani, Rafiqul Jaubert, Jean-Noël

The PC-SAFT equation of state is a very popular and promising model for fluids that employs a complicated pressure-explicit mathematical function (and can therefore not be solved analytically at a specified pressure and temperature, contrary to classical cubic equations). In this work, we demonstrate that in case of pure fluids, the PC-SAFT equatio...

Privat, Romain Gani, Rafiqul Jaubert, Jean-Noël

The PC-SAFT equation of state is a very popular and promising model for fluids that employs a complicated pressure-explicit mathematical function (and can therefore not be solved analytically at a specified pressure and temperature, contrary to classical cubic equations). In this work, we demonstrate that in case of pure fluids, the PC-SAFT equatio...

Privat, Romain Gani, Rafiqul Jaubert, Jean-Noël

The PC-SAFT equation of state is a very popular and promising model for fluids that employs a complicated pressure-explicit mathematical function (and can therefore not be solved analytically at a specified pressure and temperature, contrary to classical cubic equations). In this work, we demonstrate that in case of pure fluids, the PC-SAFT equatio...

Privat, Romain Gani, Rafiqul Jaubert, Jean-Noël

The PC-SAFT equation of state is a very popular and promising model for fluids that employs a complicated pressure-explicit mathematical function (and can therefore not be solved analytically at a specified pressure and temperature, contrary to classical cubic equations). In this work, we demonstrate that in case of pure fluids, the PC-SAFT equatio...

Privat, Romain Gani, Rafiqul Jaubert, Jean-Noël

The PC-SAFT equation of state is a very popular and promising model for fluids that employs a complicated pressure-explicit mathematical function (and can therefore not be solved analytically at a specified pressure and temperature, contrary to classical cubic equations). In this work, we demonstrate that in case of pure fluids, the PC-SAFT equatio...

Dumarey, Ronny Brown, Richard J. C. Corns, Warren T. Brown, Andrew S. Stockwell, Peter B.
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The Dumarey equation has been the dominant relationship used to calculate the mass concentration of saturated elemental mercury vapour in air for the calibration of mercury vapour measurement equipment for over 25 years. However, the origin of the equation, and the validation data supporting its accuracy have never been published. This paper addres...

Ribeiro da Silva, Manuel A. V. Lobo Ferreira, Ana I. M. C.
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