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Reference Correlation of the Thermal Conductivity of n-Heptane from the Triple Point to 600 K and up to 250 MPa
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10.1063/1.4794091
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FIG. 1.

Temperature and pressure ranges of the primary experimental thermal conductivity data for -heptane.

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Dilute-gas limit thermal conductivity as a function of temperature. Shashkov 26 (▲), Tarzimanov and Mashirov 31 (●), Carmichael and Sage 39 (◯), Golubev and Naziev 43 (◊), Lambert 47 (Δ), Eq. (6) ().

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Percentage deviations of primary experimental data for dilute-gas limit thermal conductivity of -heptane from the values calculated by Eqs. (3)–(5) . Naziev 11 (×), Shashkov 26 (▲), Tarzimanov and Mashirov 31 (●), Carmichael and Sage 39 (◯), Golubev and Naziev 43 (◊), Lambert 47 (Δ), Eq. (6) ().

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Percentage deviations of primary experimental data of -heptane from the values calculated by the present model as a function of density. Watanabe and Seong 8 (◓), Tanaka 9 (■), Assael 10 (□), Naziev 11 (×), Forsman 12 (Δ), Kashiwagi 13 (▲), Menashe and Wakeham 14 (◊), Nagasaka and Nagashima 15 (♦), Naziev 16 (+), Nieto de Castro 17 (◒), Kandiyoti 18 (●), Mukhamedzyanov 19 (◯).

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Percentage deviations of primary experimental data of -heptane from the values calculated by the present model as a function of temperature. Watanabe and Seong 8 (◓), Tanaka 9 (■), Assael 10 (□), Naziev 11 (×), Forsman 12 (Δ), Kashiwagi 13 (▲), Menashe and Wakeham 14 (◊), Nagasaka and Nagashima 15 (♦), Naziev 16 (+), Nieto de Castro 17 (◒), Kandiyoti 18 (●), Mukhamedzyanov 19 (◯), Eq. (12) (—).

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FIG. 6.

Percentage deviations of primary experimental data of -heptane from the values calculated by the present model as a function of pressure. Watanabe and Seong 8 (◓), Tanaka 9 (■), Assael 10 (□), Naziev 11 (×), Forsman 12 (Δ), Kashiwagi 13 (▲), Menashe and Wakeham 14 (◊), Nagasaka and Nagashima 15 (♦), Naziev 16 (+), Nieto de Castro 17 (◒), Kandiyoti 18 (●), Mukhamedzyanov 19 (◯).

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Percentage deviations of secondary experimental data of -heptane from the values calculated by the present model as a function of temperature (period 1969–1997). Lei 20 (⬘), Tong and Li 21 (◐), Rowley 22 (+), Knibbe and Raal 23 (◯), Fischer and Ernfried 24 (⬓), El-Sharkawy 25 (⬖), Shashkov 26 (◑), Magerramov 27 (), Atalla 28 (■), Guseinov and Klimova 29 (⏃), Ogiwara 30 (⬗), Tarzimanov and Mashirov 31 (✱), Mallan 32 (Δ), Naziev 33 (●), Kerimov 34 (⌖), Bogatov 35 (▲).

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Percentage deviations of secondary experimental data of -heptane from the values calculated by the present model as a function of temperature (period 1913–1968). Brykov 36 (⬗), Abas-Zade and Guseinov 37 (◒), Tarzimanov and Mashirov 38 (⦵), Carmichael and Sage 39 (●), Jobst 40 (■), Akhmedov 41 (⬖), Mukhamedzyanov 42 (□), Golubev and Naziev 43 (♦), Vilim 44 (◯), Frontasev and Gusakov 45 (Δ), Briggs 46 (◨), Lambert 47 (+), Sakiadis and Coates 48 (✱), Filippov 49 (◧), Hernqvist 50 (▲).

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FIG. 9.

Thermal conductivity of -heptane as a function of temperature for different pressures.

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Percentage deviations of primary experimental data of -heptane from the values calculated by Eqs. (1), (6), and (7) and the empirical enhancement of Eq. (13) as a function of temperature. Watanabe and Seong 8 (◓), Tanaka 9 (■), Assael 10 (□), Naziev 11 (×), Forsman 12 (Δ), Kashiwagi 13 (▲), Menashe and Wakeham 14 (◊), Nagasaka and Nagashima 15 (♦), Naziev 16 (+), Nieto de Castro 17 (◒), Kandiyoti 18 (●), Mukhamedzyanov 19 (◯), Eq. (12) (—).

Tables

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TABLE 1.

Thermal conductivity measurements of -heptane

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TABLE 2.

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

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TABLE 3.

Evaluation of the heptane thermal-conductivity correlation for the primary data

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TABLE 4.

Sample points for computer verification of the correlating equations

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Scitation: Reference Correlation of the Thermal Conductivity of n-Heptane from the Triple Point to 600 K and up to 250 MPa
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