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Transport Properties of Liquid and Gaseous D20 Over a Wide Range

By Matsunaga, N.

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Title: Transport Properties of Liquid and Gaseous D20 Over a Wide Range  
Author: Matsunaga, N.
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Technical Reference Publication

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Introduction: Since heavy water is one of the most important substances in nuclear power technology, information on the thermophysical properties of heavy water over wide ranges of temperature and pressure is needed for successful design. After the publication of the comprehensive compilation of the properties of heavy water in 1964, no comprehensive critical review of the transport properties was published for many years. Having collected large body of experimental data published since 1964, the present authors reported the data and correlations for the viscosity and the thermal conductivity of heavy water to the International Association Tor the properties of Steam...

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Contents Hntrodmth- ....................................................... 2. Isotopes of Heavy Water and the Effect of Isotopic Impurities ..................................................... 3. Preliminary Considerations Regardiig the Selection of Experimental Data ............................. 3.1. Effect of Different Temperature Scales ...... 3.2. Effect of Different Density Sources ............ 3.3. Effect of Different Reference Data used for Calibrating the Instruments ....................... 3.4. Conversion into SI Units. ........................... 4. Viscosity ............................................................. 4.1. Available Data ........................................... a. General Explanation ............................. b. Liquid Phase ......................................... c. Gaseous Phase ....................................... d. Critical Region ....................... .. ......... 4.2. Equation for the Viscosity of Heavy Water . a. Preliminary Considerations .................. b. Sources for the Pseudocritical Constants and Density ........................................... c. Selected Experimental Data .................. d. Correlated Equation for the Viscosity .. 4.3. Discussion ............ ; ..................................... 5. Thermal Conductivity ........................................ 5.1. Available Data ........................................... a. General Explanation-I ............................ b. Liquid Phase ......................................... c. Gaseous Phase ....................................... d. Critical Region ...................................... 5.2. Equation for the Thermal Conductivity of Heavy Water .............................................. a. Preliminary Considerations .................. b. Selected Experimentd Data .................. c. Correlated Equation of the Thermal Conductivity ......................................... 5.3. Discussion .................................................. 6. Gaseous Diffusion Coefficient ............................ 7. Tables of Transport Properties of D,O .............. 8. Aids in Computer Programming ....................... 9. Concluding Remarks ......................................... 10. Notation ................................ ........ ..................... 1 1. Acknowledgments .............................................. 12. References .......................................................... Appendix.. ................................................................. List of Tables 1. Measurements of the viscosity of heavy water (liquid, atmospheric pressure) ........................... 2. Measurements of the viscosity of heavy water (liquid, high pressure) ........................................ 3. Measurements of the viscosity of heavy water (vapor, atmospheric pressure) ........................... 938 I Archival paper written at the request of the Executive Committee of the International Association for the Prowies of Steam. 4. Measurements of the viscosity of heavy water (vapor, high pressure) .; ...................................... 939 5. Measurements of the thermal conductivity of , Q 1983 by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United States. ....... This copyright is assigned to the American Institute of Physics and the heavy water (liquid, atmospheric pressure) 944 American Chemical Societv. 6. Measurements of the thermal conductivity of Reprints available from A&; see Reprint List at back of issue. heavy water (liquid, high pressure) .................... 945

 

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