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21. Standardized Equation for Hydrogen Gas Densities for Fuel Consumption Applications
Published: 4/3/2006
Authors: Eric W Lemmon, Marcia L Huber, Daniel G Friend, Carl Paulina
Abstract: One of three currently recognized methods for evaluating the consumption of gaseous hydrogen fuel in vehicle applications involves the determination of the equilibrium temperature and pressure of the gas before and after usage within a storage tank o ...

22. The Vapor Pressure of Mercury
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 6643
Published: 4/1/2006
Authors: Marcia L Huber, Arno R Laesecke, Daniel G Friend
Abstract: In this report, we review the available measurements of the vapor pressure of mercury and develop a new correlation for the vapor pressure of mercury that is valid from the triple point to the critical point. The equation is a Wagner-type form where ...

23. Establishing Benchmarks for the Second Industrial Fluids Simulation Challenge
Published: 7/5/2005
Authors: Daniel G Friend, David Frurip, Eric W Lemmon, Richard E. Morrison, James D. Olson, Loren C. Wilson
Abstract: This manuscript outlines the procedures used to establish benchmark property data for the Second Industrial Fluids Simulation Challenge.

24. Properties of water and aqueous systems: Metrological applications
Published: 11/19/2004
Authors: Daniel G Friend, Allan H Harvey
Abstract: Water and aqueous systems are widely used in metrology, which is a major focus of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Standards such as those produced by IAPWS can be used to calibrate instruments and validate protocols. In thi ...

25. The First Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Challenge
Published: 3/1/2004
Authors: F Case, Anne M. Chaka, Daniel G Friend, David Frurip, J Golab, R Johnson, J Moore, Raymond Dale Mountain, J Olson, Martin Schiller, J Storer
Abstract: The Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Challenge [1] was established to promote the use of molecular simulation methods to predict industrially relevant materials properties. The organizing committee (the authors of this paper) also wished to es ...

26. The Industrial Fluid Properties Simulation Challenge
Published: 3/1/2004
Authors: Raymond Dale Mountain, F Case, Anne M. Chaka, Daniel G Friend, David Frurip, Russell D Johnson III, J Golab, P Kolar, J Moore, J Olson, Martin Schiller, J Storer
Abstract: This poster describes the results, activities, and philosophy of the Industrial Fluids Simulation Challenge. The recently completed open competition challenged practitioners of molecular simulation to calculate accurate physical properties for pure ...

27. Modeling Bubble Points of Mixtures of Hydrofluorocarbon Refrigerants and Polyol Ester Lubricants
Published: 3/1/2002
Authors: Marcia L Huber, E W Lemon, Daniel G Friend
Abstract: We use a Helmholtz mixing model to predict the bubble point pressures of mixtures of hysrofluorocarbon refrigerants and polyol ester (POE)-based lubricants. We have used this model successfully in the past for mixtures of refrigerants. In this work ...

28. Forum 2000: Fluid Properties for New Technologies, Connecting Virtual Design With Physical Reality
Published: 10/1/2001
Authors: James C. Rainwater, Daniel G Friend, Howard J. Hanley, Allan H Harvey, C D. Holcomb, Arno R Laesecke, Joe W Magee, Chris D Muzny
Abstract: Forum 2000 was held at the 14th symposium for Thermophysical Properties, with all symposium attendees invited. The Forum addressed the present needs and prioities for thermophysical properties measurements and the challenges facing the experimental ...

29. Speed of Sound as a Thermodynamic Property of Fluids
Published: 9/15/2001
Author: Daniel G Friend
Abstract: In this chapter, we review the principles of sound propagation in fluid systems. From a study of the hydrodynamic equations, sound propagation is shown to be a wave phenomenon. The speed of sound then can be derieved at any state point from a knowl ...

30. Final Report of the e-SRM Committee on the Optimal Delivery of Services to Customers for Standard Reference Materials
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 6759
Published: 6/1/2001
Authors: John Carlton Travis, Sally Skidmore Bruce, D J Clarke, James R. Ehrstein, Michael S. Epstein, Daniel G Friend, T E. Gills, Kenneth G. Inn, Larry Lee Lucas, James Edward Potzick, M H Saunders, N M Trahey, G M Ugiansky, R Michael Verkouteren, D P Vigliotti, Robert L. Watters
Abstract: The e-SRM committee was formed at the request of Technology Services (TS) to recommend ways to employ appropriate technologies to optimize the consistency, efficiency, and effectiveness with which NIST provides technical support to customers for Stan ...

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