Refprop

NIST Reference Fluid Thermodynamic and Transport Properties - REFPROP. REFPROP is an acronym for REFerence fluid PROPerties. This program, developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), provides tables and plots of the thermodynamic and transport properties of industrially important fluids and their mixtures with an emphasis on refrigerants and hydrocarbons, especially natural gas systems. REFPROP is based on the most accurate pure fluid and mixture models currently available. It implements three models for the thermodynamic properties of pure fluids: equations of state explicit in Helmholtz energy, the modified Benedict-Webb-Rubin equation of state, and an extended corresponding states (ECS) model. Mixture calculations employ a model that applies mixing rules to the Helmholtz energy of the mixture components; it uses a departure function to account for the departure from ideal mixing. Viscosity and thermal conductivity are modeled with either fluid-specific correlations, an ECS method, or in some cases the friction theory method.


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  1. Romei, Alessandro; Vimercati, Davide; Persico, Giacomo; Guardone, Alberto: Non-ideal compressible flows in supersonic turbine cascades (2020)
  2. Chien, S. Y.; Cramer, M. S.: Load and loss for high-speed lubrication flows of pressurized gases between non-concentric cylinders (2019)
  3. Prabhakaran, Prasanth; Krekhov, Alexei; Bodenschatz, Eberhard; Weiss, Stephan: Leidenfrost pattern formation and boiling (2019)
  4. Rodriguez, Sal: Applied computational fluid dynamics and turbulence modeling. Practical tools, tips and techniques (2019)
  5. Chen, Lei; Chen, Peng-Fei; Li, Zhong-Zhen; He, Ya-Ling; Tao, Wen-Quan: The study on interface characteristics near the metal wall by a molecular dynamics method (2018)
  6. Hu, Zhan-Chao; Zhang, Xin-Rong: Onset of convection in a near-critical binary fluid mixture driven by concentration gradient (2018)
  7. Kitamura, Keiichi; Shima, Eiji: Pressure-equation-based SLAU2 for oscillation-free, supercritical flow simulations (2018)
  8. Reynolds, William C.; Colonna, Piero: Thermodynamics. Fundamentals and engineering applications (2018)
  9. Rodriguez, C.; Vidal, A.; Koukouvinis, P.; Gavaises, M.; McHugh, M. A.: Simulation of transcritical fluid jets using the PC-SAFT EoS (2018)
  10. Vimercati, Davide; Gori, Giulio; Guardone, Alberto: Non-ideal oblique shock waves (2018)
  11. Alferez, Nicolas; Touber, Emile: One-dimensional refraction properties of compression shocks in non-ideal gases (2017)
  12. From, C. S.; Sauret, E.; Armfield, S. W.; Saha, S. C.; Gu, Y. T.: Turbulent dense gas flow characteristics in swirling conical diffuser (2017)
  13. Morgan, R. V.; Likhachev, O. A.; Jacobs, J. W.: Rarefaction-driven Rayleigh-Taylor instability. I. Diffuse-interface linear stability measurements and theory (2016)
  14. Nannan, Nawin R.; Sirianni, Corrado; Mathijssen, Tiemo; Guardone, Alberto; Colonna, Piero: The admissibility domain of rarefaction shock waves in the near-critical vapour-liquid equilibrium region of pure typical fluids (2016)
  15. Nemati, Hassan; Patel, Ashish; Boersma, Bendiks J.; Pecnik, Rene: The effect of thermal boundary conditions on forced convection heat transfer to fluids at supercritical pressure (2016)
  16. Re, B.; Armellin, R.; Nannan, N. R.; Guardone, A.: Efficient evaluation of vapour-liquid equilibria from multi-parameter thermodynamic models using differential algebra (2015)
  17. Zhu, Jiakai; Chen, Yao; Zhao, Dongfang; Zhang, Xiaobin: Extension of the Schnerr-Sauer model for cryogenic cavitation (2015)
  18. Rinaldi, Enrico; Pecnik, Rene; Colonna, Piero: Exact Jacobians for implicit Navier-Stokes simulations of equilibrium real gas flows (2014)
  19. Sacco, Riccardo; Carichino, Lucia; de Falco, Carlo; Verri, Maurizio; Agostini, Francesco; Gradinger, Thomas: A multiscale thermo-fluid computational model for a two-phase cooling system (2014)
  20. Uilhoorn, Ferdinand E.: A particle filter-based framework for real-time state estimation of a non-linear hyperbolic PDE system describing transient flows in (\mathrmCO_2) pipelines (2014)

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