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Mixing supercritical condensate and water

Mixing supercritical condensate and water

Mixing supercritical condensate and water

Anybody got a good reference for properties of a mixture of a light condensate (mostly propane and butane) and water at 220 barg (and higher pressure)?

Best regards, Morten

RE: Mixing supercritical condensate and water

Oh man. I'd think you could use corresponding states to get you in the ballpark until you find something better. That method might be off by 30% or more but it's a start.

RE: Mixing supercritical condensate and water

which properties ?
for some transport properties (thermal conductivity, viscosity) there are methods such as Enskog theory of transport properties (starting from values calculated with a EOS)
but it depends from specific cases.

RE: Mixing supercritical condensate and water

apetri, yes viscosity, surface tension, density those kind of things

RE: Mixing supercritical condensate and water

Thanks for your reference. I will have a look at it - it looks promising!

Best regards, Morten

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