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Multiparameter Equations of State - Recent Trends and Future Challenges

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Author(s)

R Span, Wolfgang Wagner, Eric Lemmon, R Jacobsen

Abstract

The purpose of this article is to update the common knowledge on characteristic features of empirical multi-parameter equations of state, to increase the confidence of potential users, and possibly to attract other scientists to theoretical and experimental work that is relevant for the future development of these kinds of thermodynamic property models. To do so, the most important features of current multiparameter equations of state and of the algorithms which are used to develop such formulations are briefly explained. Future challenges are outlined with regard both to the development of multiparameter equations of state and to the underlying experimental basis. Relevant references are given for further studies.
Citation
Fluid Phase Equilibria
Volume
No. 183
Issue
Sp.

Keywords

empirical, equation of state, general overview, mixture, multiparameter

Citation

Span, R. , Wagner, W. , Lemmon, E. and Jacobsen, R. (2001), Multiparameter Equations of State - Recent Trends and Future Challenges, Fluid Phase Equilibria (Accessed May 18, 2024)

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Created June 30, 2001, Updated October 12, 2021