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Retrieving binary interaction parameter for propane/water in ASPEN

Retrieving binary interaction parameter for propane/water in ASPEN

Retrieving binary interaction parameter for propane/water in ASPEN

(OP)
How can I retrieve the binary interaction parameter kij (using PC-SAFT EoS) for the system Propane/Water in ASPEN using a Data Regression run and starting from solubility data of propane in water and of water in propane?
Thanks in advance.

RE: Retrieving binary interaction parameter for propane/water in ASPEN

Tools then binary if i still remember properly and you will find them. Also check the ones in the Van Hess and compare them

RE: Retrieving binary interaction parameter for propane/water in ASPEN

(OP)
I checked on the book by Smith and Van Ness, but I couldn't find them.
So what's this reference for propane/water system?
Thanks in advance.

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