A newly developed algorithm describing the fog formation of hydrogen fluoride (HF) in air

 
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1998 (EN)
A newly developed algorithm describing the fog formation of hydrogen fluoride (HF) in air (EN)

Markatos, NC (EN)
Mandellos, NA (EN)
Nivolianitou, ZS (EN)

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A new algorithm, based on the thermodynamic model proposed by Schotte (1987), has been developed to simulate the mixing of HF with moist air. This process can deviate considerably from ideal mixing and lead to the formation of a cool gas-fog mixture which disperses as a heavy gas. The new algorithm reduces the calculation time necessary to compute the composition, temperature, and density of the resulting mixture. The results compare very well with experimental data presented by Schotte.A new algorithm, based on the thermodynamic model proposed by Schotte (1987), has been developed to simulate the mixing of HF with moist air. This process can deviate considerably from ideal mixing and lead to the formation of a cool gas-fog mixture which disperses as a heavy gas. The new algorithm reduces the calculation time necessary to compute the composition, temperature, and density of the resulting mixture. The results compare very well with experimental data presented by Schotte. (EN)

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gas mixing (EN)
Hydrogen Fluoride (EN)
plots and curves (EN)
simulation (EN)
Fog formation (EN)
thermodynamics (EN)
energy balance (EN)
Air (EN)
pressure (EN)
enthalpy (EN)
article (EN)
hydrofluoric acid (EN)
Algorithms (EN)
Density (specific gravity) (EN)
Hydrofluoric acid (EN)
Mathematical models (EN)
dispersion (EN)
gas analysis (EN)
algorithm (EN)
fog (EN)

Εθνικό Μετσόβιο Πολυτεχνείο (EL)
National Technical University of Athens (EN)

Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research (EN)

1998


ACS, Washington, DC, United States (EN)



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