THEORY FOR THE COMPOSITION DEPENDENCE OF THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF DENSE BINARY MIXTURES OF MONATOMIC GASES.

R. DiPippo, J. R. Dorfman, J. Kestin, H. E. Khalifa, E. A. Mason

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Abstract

A method is presented that allows the computation of the thermal conductivity of binary mixtures of monatomic gases up to densities of about 200 amagat with an uncertainty no greater than 2 percent when compared with the best available measurements. The method makes use of measurements of the thermal conductivity for the pure components up to the same density as for the mixtures together with the zero-density thermal conductivity at one composition for a given binary system. The technique has been applied to three binary systems: helium-neon, helium-argon, and neon-argon.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherPlenum Press
Pages329-336
Number of pages8
StatePublished - 1976
Externally publishedYes
EventProc of the Int Conf on Therm Conduct, 14th, Therm Conduct 14 - Univ of Conn, Storrs
Duration: Jun 2 1975Jun 4 1975

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OtherProc of the Int Conf on Therm Conduct, 14th, Therm Conduct 14
CityUniv of Conn, Storrs
Period6/2/756/4/75

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DiPippo, R., Dorfman, J. R., Kestin, J., Khalifa, H. E., & Mason, E. A. (1976). THEORY FOR THE COMPOSITION DEPENDENCE OF THE THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF DENSE BINARY MIXTURES OF MONATOMIC GASES. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 329-336). Plenum Press.