VLE CALCULATORS FOR MIXTURES CONTAINING AMMONIA

VLE Calculators For Mixtures Containing Ammonia (NH3)

 

Ammonia (NH3) is being widely used as a refrigerant because of its excellent thermophysical properties and ozone friendly characteristic. VLE properties of mixtures containing ammonia (NH3) are desirable in numerous design calculations. Peng Robinson Cubic Equation of State being used in various calculation modules of EQ-COMP VLE software gives accurate results of VLE properties only for mixtures of nonpolar or mildly polar compounds whereas ammonia (NH3) is highly polar in nature. Therefore Peng Robinson equation in its usual form cannot be used to find VLE properties of mixtures containing ammonia (NH3). However temperature dependent binary interaction parameters can be calculated for pairs containing ammonia with few nonpolar compounds or water and used in Peng Robinson equation to calculate VLE properties of mixtures containing ammonia. As temperature dependent binary interaction parameters can be calculated for pairs containing ammonia with methane (CH4), nitrogen (N2), argon (Ar), hydrogen (H2) and water (H2O) so VLE properties can be calculated for binary or multicomponent mixtures of

  • Methane (CH4)
  • Nitrogen (N2)
  • Argon (Ar)
  • Hydrogen (H2)
  • Ammonia (NH3)
  • Water (H2O)

Various calculation modules of EQ-COMP VLE software that can be used for binary or multicomponent mixtures of ammonia (NH3) with methane (CH4), nitrogen (N2), argon (Ar), hydrogen (H2) and water (H2O) are

  • Bubble point temperature calculator (Calculation cost-USD 100)
  • Dew point temperature calculator (Calculation cost-USD 100)
  • Bubble point pressure calculator (Calculation cost-USD 100)
  • Dew point pressure calculator (Calculation cost-USD 100)
  • Two phase composition calculator (Calculation cost-USD 125)
  • Phase envelope calculator (Calculation cost-USD 100)
  • Thermodynamic properties calculator(Calculation cost-USD 100)

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For requesting results of VLE Calculators for mixtures with ammonia visit VLE CALCULATOR page.