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1. A Helmholtz Free Energy Formulation of the Thermodynamic Properties of the Mixture (Water + Ammonia)
Published: 8/1/1998
Authors: R Tillner-Roth, Daniel G Friend
Abstract: A thermodynamic model incorporating a fundamental equation of state for the Helm-holtz free energy of the mixture {water+ammonia} is presented which covers the thermodynamic space between the solid-liquid-vapor boundary and the critical locus. It is ...

2. Application of the Extended Corresponding States Method to the Calculation of the Ammonia-Water Mixture Thermodynamic Surface
Published: 12/1/1998
Authors: A Nowarski, Daniel G Friend

3. Benchmarks for the Third Industrial Fluids Simulation Properties Challenge
Published: 6/28/2007
Authors: Peter A. Gordon, Martin Schiller, Chien-Ping Chai Kao, Scott Bair, Daniel G Friend
Abstract: We outline the procedures used to establish benchmark physical property data for the Third Industrial Fluids Simulation Challenge. For both challenge problems, this involved measurement of new data. When possible, measurements were compared with publ ...

4. Correlation for the Vapor Pressure of Mercury
Published: 9/12/2006
Authors: Marcia L Huber, Arno R Laesecke, Daniel G Friend
Abstract: We present 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 the terms of the equation are selected using a simulated annealing optimization algori ...

5. Critical Compressibility Factors for Chain Molecules
Published: 9/1/2000
Authors: L L Lue, Daniel G Friend, J. R. Elliott
Abstract: For many equations of state for fluids composed of chain-like molecules, the compressibility factor is related to the chain number concentration only through the total monomer concentration. For these theories, we find that the critical compressibil ...

6. Cubic Crossover Equation of State for Mixtures
Published: 12/1/1999
Authors: S B Kiselev, Daniel G Friend

7. Development of an Experimental Database and Chemical Kinetic Models for Surrogate Gasoline Fuels
Published: 6/7/2007
Authors: W J Pitz, N Cernansky, F L Dryer, F N Egulfopoulos, J T Ferrell, Daniel G Friend, H Pitsch
Abstract: The present status of the development of surrogate mixtures that represent gasoline combustion behavior is reviewed. Combustion chemistry behavioral targets that a surrogate should accurately reproduce, particularly for emulating HCCI operation, are ...

8. Development of an Experimental Database and Kinetic Models for Surrogate Diesel Fuels
Published: 1/8/2007
Authors: J T Ferrell, N Cernansky, F L Dryer, Daniel G Friend, C A Hergart, C K Law, R M McDavid, Christian Mueller, A K Patel, H Pitsch
Abstract: Computational fluid dynamic (CFD) simulations that include realistic combustion/emissions chemistry hold the promise of significantly shortening the development time for advanced, high efficiency, low emission engines. However, significant challenges ...

9. Development of an Experimental Database and Kinetic Models for Surrogate Jet Fuels
Published: 3/1/2007
Authors: M Colket, T Edwards, S Williams, N Cernansky, D L Miller, F Egolfopoulos, P Linstedt, Ram Seshadri, F L Dryer, C K Law, Daniel G Friend, David Lenhert, H Pitsch, A Sarofim, M Smooke, Wing Tsang
Abstract: The engineering and scientific community ha been searching for the identification of surrogate fuels that can reasonably represent the performance and emissions behavior of jet fuels (e.g. Jet A and JP-8) in engines. Many proposals exist in the liter ...

10. Early LNG Program and LN2 Cryogenic Flow Measurement Facility at NIST
Published: 4/4/2011
Authors: Daniel G Friend, Michael A Lewis
Abstract: Powerpoint slides for LNG Metrology Workshop, Stockholm Sweden Nov 2010

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