Isothermal Properties for Carbon dioxide
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Isothermal Data for T = 0.0000 C
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Reference States, IIR Convention
|Enthalpy||H = 200 kJ/kg at 0°C for saturated liquid.|
|Entropy||S = 1 J/g*K at 0°C for saturated liquid.|
Additional fluid properties
|Critical temperature (Tc)||30.9782 C|
|Critical pressure (Pc)||7.3773 MPa|
|Critical density (Dc)||10.6249 mol/l|
|Normal boiling point||-78.40 C|
|Dipole moment||0.0 Debye|
Equation of state, auxiliary model, melting curve, and sublimation curve
Span, R.; Wagner, W., A New Equation of State for Carbon Dioxide Covering the Fluid Region from the Triple-Point Temperature to 1100 K at Pressures up to 800 MPa, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 1996, 25, 6, 1509-1596. [all data]
Ely, J.F.; Magee, J.W.; Haynes, W.M., Thermophysical properties for special high CO2 content mixtures, Research Report RR-110, Gas Processors Association, Tulsa, OK, 1987, 0. [all data]
McCarty, R.D., Correlations for the Thermophysical Properties of Carbon Monoxide, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, CO, 1989, 0. [all data]
Vesovic, V.; Wakeham, W.A.; Olchowy, G.A.; Sengers, J.V.; Watson, J.T.R.; Millat, J., The transport properties of carbon dioxide, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 1990, 19, 763-808. [all data]
Olchowy, G.A.; Sengers, J.V., A simplified representation for the thermal conductivity of fluids in the critical region, Int. J. Thermophysics, 1989, 10, 417-426. [all data]
Viscosity and auxiliary model
Fenghour, A.; Wakeham, W.A.; Vesovic, V., The Viscosity of Carbon Dioxide, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 1998, 27, 31-44. [all data]
Rathjen, W.; Straub, J., Temperature dependence of surface tension, coexistence curve, and vapor pressure of CO2, CClF3, CBrF3, and SF6 in Heat Transfer in Boiling, Academic Press, New York, 1977, 425-451. [all data]
Equation of state
At pressures up to 30 MPa and temperatures up to 523 K, the estimated uncertainty ranges from 0.03% to 0.05% in density, 0.03% (in the vapor) to 1% in the speed of sound (0.5% in the liquid) and 0.15% (in the vapor) to 1.5% (in the liquid) in heat capacity. Special interest has been focused on the description of the critical region and the extrapolation behavior of the formulation (to the limits of chemical stability).
Use of this Cp0 equation in conjunction with Ely's BWR will produce numbers identical to those calculated in NIST12, Version 3.0.
Note: Vesovic et al. use a crossover equation of state to compute derivatives in the critical region; the default EOS is used here. Also, their "simplified" critical enhancement for thermal conductivity is used.
The uncertainty in thermal conductivity is less than 5%.
The uncertainty in viscosity ranges from 0.3% in the dilute gas near room temperature to 5% at the highest pressures.
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