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Table F2 Superheated Steam, SI Units (Continued)
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Table F2 Superheated Steam, SI Units (Continued)
TEMPERATURE: T kelvins (TEMPERATURE: t OC) PlkPa T ~ ~ ~(Its a t / o ~ ) K sat liq
1391 13152 13266 32239 1398 13243 13361 32399 1404 13333 13454 32557 1411 13422 13546 32713 1418 1351 O 13637 32867 1425 13597 13728 33018 1432 13682 13817 331 68 1439 13767 13906 33315
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Appendix G
Thermodynamic Diagrams
Figure Gl Figure G2
Methane 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane (HFC- 134a)
Extensive tables of data for 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane, refrigerant (HFC- 134a), can be accessed through the URL:
APPENDIX G Thermodynamic Diagrams
Appendix H
UNIFAC Method
The UNIQUAC equation1 treats g r G ~ / R T comprised of two additive parts, a combinaas torial term gC to account for molecular size and shape differences, and a residual term g R (not a residual property as defined in Sec 62) to account for molecular interactions:
g-gC+g
(H 1)
Function gC contains pure-species parameters only, whereas function g R incorporates two binary parameters for each pair of molecules For a multicomponent system,
where
Subscript i identifies species, and j is a dummy index; all summations are over all species Note that t i # 1;;; however, when i = j, then q = tj; = 1 In these equations ri (a relative ; i molecular volume) and qi (a relative molecular surface area) are pure-species parameters The
'D S Abrams and J M Prausnitz,AIChE J, vol 21, pp 116-128, 1975
APPENDIX H UNIFAC Method
influence of temperature on g enters through the interaction parameters tjiof Eq (H3), which are temperature dependent:
RT Parameters for the UNIQUAC equation are therefore values of (u ji - uii) An expression for In yi is found by application of Eq (1192) to the UNIQUAC equation for g [Eqs (H1) through (H3)] The result is given by the following equations:
= exp
- (u ji - uii)
where in addition to Eqs (H5) and (H6), (H10) 9' "
L 1 -
C qjxj
(H11)
(H12) Again subscript i identifies species, and j and 1 are dummy indices All summations are over all species, and t i j = 1 for i = j Values for the parameters (uij - ujj) are found by regression of binary VLE data, and are given by Gmehling et a12 The UNIFAC method for estimation of activity coefficients3 depends on the concept that a liquid mixture may be considered a solution of the structural units from which the molecules are formed rather than a solution of the molecules themselves These structural units are called subgroups, and a few of them are listed in the second column of Table H1 A number, designated k, identifies each subgroup The relative volume Rk and relative surface area Qk are properties of the subgroups, and values are listed in columns 4 and 5 of Table H1 Also shown (columns 6 and 7) are examples of molecular species and their constituent subgroups When it is possible to construct a molecule from more than one set of subgroups, the set containing the least number of different subgroups is the correct set The great advantage of the UNIFAC method is that a relatively small number of subgroups combine to form a very large number of molecules
'J Gmehling, U Onken, and W Arlt, Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Data Collection, Chemistry Data Series, vol I, parts 1-8, DECHEMA, Frankfurtmain, 1974-1990 3~a Fredenslund, R L Jones, and J M Prausnitz, AZChE J, vol 21, pp 1086-1099, 1975
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