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Reference Correlation of the Thermal Conductivity of Toluene from the Triple Point to 1000 K and up to 1000 MPa
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10.1063/1.3700155
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Temperature and pressure ranges of the experimental thermal conductivity data for toluene.

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FIG. 2.

Percentage deviations of experimental data for dilute-gas toluene from the values calculated by Eqs. (2)–(5). Nefedov and Filippov63 (▵), Zaitseva et al. 30 (•), Kostrovskii and Prostov71 (□), Akhundov and Gasanova35 (○), Vargaftik et al. 8 (⋄), Values calculated by Eq. (6) (‐‐).

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FIG. 3.

Percentage deviations of primary experimental data of toluene from the values calculated by the present model as a function of the density. Wu et al. 10 (), Wu et al. 11 (), Sun et al. 12 (), Watanabe and Seong13 (), Assael and Dalaouti14 (), Perkins et al. 15 (), Lei et al. 16 (), Watanabe17 (), Ramires et al. 18 (), Yamada et al. 19 (), Assael et al. 20 (), Perkins and Roder21 (•), Ramires et al. 22 (), Taxis et al. 23 (), Charitidou et al. 24 (), Shulga et al. 25 (), Nieto de Castro et al. 26 (□), Kashiwagi et al. 27 () Nagasaka and Nagashima28,29 (), Zaitseva et al. 30 () Geller and Zaporozhan31 () Kandiyoti et al. 32 () Mani and Venart33 (⋄), McLaughlin and Pittman34 (‐), Akhundov and Gasanova35 (+).

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FIG. 4.

Percentage deviations of primary experimental data of toluene from the values calculated by the present model as a function of the temperature. Wu et al. 10 (), Wu et al. 11 (), Sun et al. 12 (), Watanabe and Seong13 (), Assael and Dalaouti14 (), Perkins et al. 15 (), Lei et al. 16 (), Watanabe17 (), Ramires et al. 18 (), Yamada et al. 19 (), Assael et al. 20 (), Perkins and Roder21 (•), Ramires et al. 22 (), Taxis et al. 23 (), Charitidou et al. 24 (), Shulga et al. 25 (), Nieto de Castro et al. 26 (□), Kashiwagi et al. 27 () Nagasaka and Nagashima28,29 (), Zaitseva et al. 30 () Geller and Zaporozhan31 () Kandiyoti et al. 32 () Mani and Venart33 (⋄), McLaughlin and Pittman34 (‐), Akhundov and Gasanova35 (+), Reference correlation of Ramires et al. 6 (—).

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Percentage deviations of primary experimental data of toluene from the values calculated by the present model as a function of the pressure. Wu et al. 10 (), Wu et al. 11 (), Sun et al. 12 (), Watanabe and Seong13 (), Assael and Dalaouti14 (), Perkins et al. 15 (), Lei et al. 16 (), Watanabe17 (), Ramires et al. 18 (), Yamada et al. 19 (), Assael et al. 20 (), Perkins and Roder21 (•), Ramires et al. 22 (), Taxis et al. 23 (), Charitidou et al. 24 (), Shulga et al. 25 (), Nieto de Castro et al. 26 (□), Kashiwagi et al. 27 () Nagasaka and Nagashima28,29 (), Zaitseva et al. 30 () Geller and Zaporozhan31 () Kandiyoti et al. 32 () Mani and Venart33 (⋄), McLaughlin and Pittman34 (‐), Akhundov and Gasanova35 (+).

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FIG. 6.

Percentage deviations of secondary experimental data of toluene from the values calculated by the present model as a function of the density (period 1978–2008). Garnier et al. 36 (□), Tomida et al. 37 (▪), Pan et al. 38 (⋄), Ould-Lahoucine et al. 39 (), Tarzimanov et al. 40 (), Zhang and Xu41 (), Will et al. 42 (+), Fujii et al. 43 (), Frezzotti et al. 44 (), Kraft et al. 45 (•), Tong and Li46 (○), Wang and Yang47 (), Kim et al. 48 (), DiGuilio et al. 49 (), Gross et al. 50 (), Naziev et al. 51 (X), DiGuilio and Teja52 (), Huang et al. 53 (), Richard and Shankland54 (), Rowley and Gubler55 (), Knibbe and Raal56 (), Rowley and White57 (), Ogiwara et al. 58 (), Baroncini et al. 59 (), Yata et al. 60 (), Atalla et al. 61 (), Kitazawa and Nagashima62 (), Nefedov and Filippov63 (), Ogiwara et al. 64 (), Spirin65 (), Leidenfrost66 (), Tada et al. 67 ().

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FIG. 7.

Percentage deviations of secondary experimental data of toluene from the values calculated by the present model as a function of the density (period 1930–1977). Julia et al. 68 (□), Trump et al. 69 (▪), Il’in70 (⋄), Kostrovskii and Prostov71 (), Davis et al. 72 (), Venart and Mani73 (), Brykov et al. 74 (+), Rastorguev and Pugash75 (), Stupak et al. 76 (), Rastorguev et al. 77 (), Rastorguev et al. 78 (•), Tree and Leidenfrost79 (), Ganiev and Rastorguev80 (), Geller and Rastorguev81 (), Pittman82 (), Vargaftik et al. 83 (), Poltz and Jugel84 (X), Rastorguev and Geller85 (), Arrigoni86 (), Tufeu87 (), Tsvetkov88 (), Venart89 (), Horrocks and McLaughlin90 (), Ziebland2 (), Schrock and Starkman92 (), Briggs93 (), Frontasev and Gusakov91 (), Challoner and Powell94 (), Schmidt and Leidenfrost95 (), Filippov96 (), Riedel97 (), Abas-Zade98 (), Shiba99 (), Smith100 (‐).

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FIG. 8.

Thermal conductivity of toluene as a function of the temperature for different pressures.

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FIG. 9.

Percentage deviations of primary experimental data of toluene from the values calculated by Eqs. (1), (6), (7), and (12) as a function of the temperature. Wu et al. 10 (), Wu et al. 11 (), Sun et al. 12 (), Watanabe and Seong13 (), Assael and Dalaouti14 (), Perkins et al. 15 (), Lei et al. 16 (), Watanabe17 (), Ramires et al. 18 (), Yamada et al. 19 (), Assael et al. 20 (), Perkins and Roder21 (•), Ramires et al. 22 (), Taxis et al. 23 (), Charitidou et al. 24 (), Shulga et al. 25 (), Nieto de Castro et al. 26 (□), Kashiwagi et al. 27 () Nagasaka and Nagashima28,29 (), Zaitseva et al. 30 () Geller and Zaporozhan31 () Kandiyoti et al. 32 () Mani and Venart33 (⋄), McLaughlin and Pittman34 (‐), Akhundov and Gasanova35 (+).

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Percentage deviations of primary experimental data of toluene from the values calculated by the present model as a function of the temperature along the liquid saturation line. Reference correlation of Ramires et al. 6 (—); Correlation (A) of Vargaftik et al. 8 (- - -); correlation (B) of Vargaftik et al. 8 (- - - -), and Wu et al. 10 (), Wu et al. 11 (), Watanabe and Seong13 (), Assael and Dalaouti14 (), Perkins et al. 15 (), Lei et al. 16 (), Watanabe17 (), Ramires et al. 18 (), Yamada et al. 19 (), Assael et al. 20 (), Perkins and Roder21 (•), Ramires et al. 22 (), Taxis et al. 23 (), Charitidou et al. 24 (), Shulga et al. 25 (), Nieto de Castro et al. 26 (□), Kashiwagi et al. 27 () Nagasaka and Nagashima28,29 (), Geller and Zaporozhan31 () Kandiyoti et al. 32 () Mani and Venart33 (⋄), McLaughlin and Pittman34 (‐), Venart and Mani73 (X), Akhundov and Gasanova35 (+).

Tables

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TABLE 1.

Thermal conductivity measurements of toluene

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TABLE 2.

Coefficients of Eq. (5) for the dilute-gas thermal conductivity of toluene

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TABLE 3.

Coefficients of Eq. (7) for the residual thermal conductivity of toluene

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TABLE 4.

Evaluation of the toluene correlation for the primary data

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TABLE 5.

Selected values for the thermal conductivity of toluene along the liquid saturation line, calculated from the present scheme

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TABLE 6.

Sample points for computer-verification of the correlating equations

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Scitation: Reference Correlation of the Thermal Conductivity of Toluene from the Triple Point to 1000 K and up to 1000 MPa
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jpcrd/41/2/10.1063/1.3700155
10.1063/1.3700155
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