ThermoC—properties
pure fluids
 sublimation pressure curve
 melting pressure curve
 vapour pressure curve
 spinodal curve
 virial coefficients
 singlephase properties (for given pressure or molar
volume): internal energy, enthalpy, entropy, compressibility,
heat capacity, speed of sound, compression factor, …
 singlephase compression/expansion (isothermal,
isenthalpic, adiabatic)
 adiabatic twophase compression/expansion
 viscosity (from friction theory)
 surface tension (from friction theory or gradient theory)
 parameter fitting
mixtures
 fluid–fluid phase equilibria (vapour–liquid, liquid–liquid,
gas–gas)
 solid–fluid phase equilibria (e.g., solid + supercritical
fluid)
 isobaricisenthalpic mixing and isobaricisentropic
mixing
 critical curves (all critical curves of a mixture in a single
sweep)
 spinodal curves
 singlephase properties (for given pressure or molar volume):
same as for pure fluids; in addition: excess properties
 transitiometer/DSC simulation (calculates heat during a
temperature or pressure scan of a mixture with a fixed overall
composition)
 singlephase compression/expansion (isothermal isenthalpic,
adiabatic)
 twophase adiabatic compression/expansion
 limiting diffusion coefficients of solutes in fluids
(from friction theory)
 surface tension (from gradient theory)
 decomposition pressure of solids (hydrates, carbonates, …)
 parameter fitting
An example of a vapour pressure calculation can be found
here.
See an example of a complicated highpressure phase diagram
here!
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