Atoms used for unit vectors in (a) asphaltene-phenol and (b) asphaltene-pyrrole.
Atoms used for unit vectors in (a) squalane and (b) dioctylcyclohexane-naphthalene.
The correlation function P 3 for asphaltene-phenol, trimethylbenzene-oxane, and benzobisbenzothiophene at 400.15 K. Lines indicate mKWW fits.
The correlation function for benzobisbenzothiophene at 298.15, 333.15, 358.15, 400.15, 443.15, 533.15 K. Lines indicate mKWW fits.
Rotational relaxation times for different molecules.
Diffusion coefficients vs. temperature. Lines indicate Arrhenius fits.
Diffusion coefficient prefactor as a function of molecular weight.
Activation energy as a function of molecular weight.
Product of relaxation time and diffusion for various molecules.
The β parameter from the mKWW function for various molecules.
Viscosity comparison between the Green-Kubo and the Einstein methods for revised model AAA-1 at 533.15 K. The horizontal dashed line is the viscosity estimate.
Viscosity comparison of new model AAA-1 asphalt, old model AAA-1 asphalt, 3 ternary model systems, 2 experimental results for SHRP AAA-1 asphalt, 48,71 experimental results for a range of penetration-graded asphalts (curves B and C), 72 a performance-graded 64–22 asphalt, 73 and experimental (70/100) and high-pressure model results from Hansen et al. 16
Molecules in model asphalt AAA-1.
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