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Viscosity of Binary Gas Mixture from the Calculation by Using the Brake Theory of Viscosity
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 Title & Authors
Viscosity of Binary Gas Mixture from the Calculation by Using the Brake Theory of Viscosity
Kim, Won-Soo;
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 Abstract
Brake theory of viscosity, which can sucessfully calculate the viscosity of real gases, dense gases and liquids, is extended to the binary gas mixture. Adjustable parameters are not involved, but the calculated results are good agreements with the experimental values at high pressure as well as low pressure. Corresponding state equation for viscosity can be obtained by using the Redlich-Kwong equation, so that we hope this equation may be useful for the supercritical fluid in engineering applications at high pressure around the critcal point.
 Keywords
Binary Gas Mixture;Gas Viscosity;Corresponding State Equation;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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