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Modelling Phase Equilibria: Thermodynamic Background and Practical Tools

ISBN: 978-0-471-57103-2
328 pages
May 1992
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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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