251 Thermodynamics and Transport Under Pressure

Tuesday, October 30, 2012: 8:30 AM
412 (Convention Center )
Thermodynamics and transport at high pressure are important in supercritical fluid applications, biorefining pretreatments, hydrates, and energy production generally, to name a few. Papers in this session explore theoretical and experimental developments to advance these applications.

Thermodynamics and Transport Properties
High Pressure (01F)

Christopher L. Kitchens
Email: CKITCHE@clemson.edu

J Richard Elliott
Email: elliot1@uakron.edu

9:12 AM
(251c) Cubic- and PC-SAFT-Based Thermodynamic Models and a Free Volume Viscosity Model for Hydrocarbons At Pressures to 276 Mpa and Temperatures to 533 K
Ward A. Burgess, Deepak Tapriyal, Bryan D. Morreale, Hseen Baled, Robert M. Enick, Babatunde Bamgbade, Yue Wu and Mark A McHugh

9:33 AM
(251d) A New Volume Translated Peng-Robinson Equation of State for Saturated and Single-Phase Liquid Densities
Agelia Abudour, Sayeed A. Mohammad, Robert L. Robinson Jr. and Khaled A. M. Gasem

9:54 AM
(251e) A Single Pore Model for Displacement of Heavy Oil with Carbon Dioxide
Truynh Quoc My Duy Tran, Mohammed Ahmad, Parthasakha Neogi and Baojun Bai

10:15 AM
(251f) Viscosity of Several Hydrocarbons At Temperatures to 533 K and Pressures to 276 Mpa
Hseen Baled, Robert M. Enick, Ward A. Burgess, Deepak Tapriyal, Bryan Morreale, Yee Soong, Babatunde Bamgbade, Yue Wu and Mark McHugh

10:36 AM
(251g) A Modified Capillary Viscometer: Dynamic Viscosity Measurements for Heptane up to 30 Mpa and 353 K
Alfredo Pimentel-Rodas, Luis A. Galicia-Luna and Jose J. Castro-Arellano
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