Modelling Phase Equilibria. Thermodynamic Background and Practical Tools. Wiley Series in Chemical Engineering

  • ID: 2172913
  • Book
  • 328 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Presents a rigorous development of thermodynamic laws of phase equilibria beginning with fundamental principles, accompanied by a short description of the mathematics vital to a clear understanding of basic concepts as well as the practical methods used to calculate phase equilibria. Offers excellent explanations of well–established thermodynamic tools and novel, state–of–the–art techniques representing real fluid behavior. Models covered are relevant to the modeling of nonelectrolyte mixtures over wide ranges of pressure, temperature, composition and molecular diversity.
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Thermodynamic Principles.

Pure–Component Properties Relevant to Phase Equilibrium Calculations.

The Gamma–Phi Method.

Equation–of–State Methods.

Thermodynamic Consistency.

Appendices.

List of Symbols.

Index.
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Stanislaw Malanowski
Andrzej Anderko
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