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The Thermal Conductivity of Nitrogen and Carbon Monoxide in the Limit

By Millata, J.

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Title: The Thermal Conductivity of Nitrogen and Carbon Monoxide in the Limit  
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Introduction: Much of the analytic work connected with the efficient design or optimization of industrial processes has been taken over by complex computer packages. To be effective, such computer codes must include powerful databases for the representation of the thermophysical properties of fluids that can produce accurate and reliable numerical data over the widest possible range of thermodynamic states. So far as transport properties are concerned, it is conventional, for these purposes, to express the properties in the...

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Contents 1. Introduction ......................................................... 2. Experimental Data ............................................... (i) Primary data ............................................... (ii) Secondary data ............................................ 2.1. Thermal conductivity data .......................... 2.1.1. Nitrogen .......................................... 2.1.2. Carbon monoxide ............................ 3. Kinetic Theory Analysis ...................................... 3.1. Theoretical Results ..................................... 3.1.1. Viehland-Mason-Sandler formalism .................................................. 4. Applications of the Kinetic Theory Analysis ...... 4.1. Nitrogcn ...................................................... 4.2. Carbon monoxide ........................................ 4.3. Results of the analysis ................................. 4.3.a. Nitrogen .......................................... 4.3.b. Carbon monoxide ............................ 5. The Final Correlation .......................................... 6. Tabulations .......................................................... 7. Conclusions .......................................................... 3. Acknowledgments ................................................ >. References ............................................................ List of Tables L. Primary experimental data for the thermal conductivity of nitrogen and carbon monoxide. ........ 2. Sources of auxiliary data for the kinetic theory analysis of the thermal conductivity. ................... 3. Coefficients of Eq. (25) for the representation of the effective cross sections of nitrogen and carbon monoxide. ............................................................. 4. Coefficients for the representation of the isobaric ideal-gas heat capacity C ( T) ............................. 5. Coefficients for the practical correlation of the thermal conductivity of nitrogen and carbon monoxide in the temperature range (220 K < T<2100K) by meansofEqs. (39) and (40). 6. The internal heat capacity and thermal conductivity of nitrogen and carbon monoxide. .............. List of Figures 575 1. The ratio of the diffusion coefficient for internal 58 0 energy to that for mass Din,/ D for nitrogen. ...... 580 2. Deviation plot for the primary thermal conductiv- 58 0 ity data set for nitrogen. ....................................... 3. Deviation plot for the selected secondary thermal conductivity data for nitrogen. ............................ 4. The ratio of the diffusion coefficient for internal 567 energy to that for mass Din, /D for carbon monoxide. ........................................................................ ' Permanent Address: Sektion Chemie der Wilhelm-Pieck Universitit 5. Deviation plot for the primary conductiv- Rostock, Buchbinderstr. 9, Rostock 1, DDR-2500, Germany ity data for carbon monoxide. .............................. 574 6. Deviation plot for the selected secondary thermal 31989 by the U. S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United States. conductivity data for carbon monoxide. .............. 574 'his copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics and the imerican Chemical Society. 7. Differences between the thermal conductivities of Leprints available from ACS; see Reprints List at back of issue. nitrogen and carbon monoxide. ........................... 580 047-2689/89/020565-18/$06.00 565 J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, Vol. 18, No. 2,1989

 

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