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Reference Correlations of the Thermal Conductivity of Ethene and Propene

Wide-range reference temperature-and-density based equations for the thermal conductivity of ethene and propene are given. These equations are based upon a body of critically assessed data, acquired partially using the transient hot wire method. The ethene correlation is valid from 110 to 680 K and up to 200 ...

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Reference Correlations of the Thermal Conductivity of o-Xylene, m-Xylene, p-Xylene, and Ethylbenzene from the Triple Point to 700 K and Moderate Pressures

O-xylene, m-xylene, p-xylene, and ethylbenzene are all given new representative reference equations for their thermal conductivities based upon experimental data that has been critically assessed for consistency and agreement with theory. This data was collected in part due to the transient hot wire method. The ...

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Reference Correlation of the Thermal Conductivity of n-Heptane from the Triple Point to 600 K and up to 250 MPa

New representative reference equations for the thermal conductivity of n-heptane are expressed based on experimental data that has been critically assessed for consistency and for agreement with theory. A large part of the data was collected by the transient hot wire method. The theoretically expected ...

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Reference Correlation of the Thermal Conductivity of Toluene from the Triple Point to 1000 K and up to 1000 MPa

New representative equations for the thermal conductivity of toluene are expressed based on a body of experimental data collected mainly by the transient hot wire method. The data has been critically assessed for consistency and agreement with theory wherever possible. Due to the difficulties of ...

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The Thermal Conductivity of Methane and Tetrafluoromethane in the Limit of Zero Density

An accurate representation of the thermal conductivity of methane and tetrafluoromethane in the limit of zero density valid for the temperature range 120–1000 K with a highest uncertainty of 4%. Also included is a temperature range of 280–750 K with a highest uncertainty of 5% for methane and tetrafluoromethane ...

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