An Experimental Study of the Viscometric and Volumetric Properties of 1-Alkanol (C3 – C11) Ternary Systems at Different Temperature Levels.

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  • Nidal M. Hussein
  • Abdul-Fattah A. Asfour

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Viscosity, Density, l-Alkanol, Ternary systems, McAllister model

Abstract

Kinematic viscosity-composition and density-composition data of ten ternary systems containing 1-propanol, 1-pentanol, 1-heptanol, 1-nonanol,
and 1-undecanol have been experimentally measured and reported in this study. Seven intermediate composition points and pure components
densities and kinematic viscosities were measured at 293.15 and 298.15 K temperature levels. The measured values of kinematic viscosity
were compared to viscosity values predicted by various viscosity models. The investigated models are: the generalized McAllister three-body
interaction model, the GC-UNIMOD model, the generalized corresponding states principle (GCSP) model, and the Allan and Teja correlation.
The analysis of the models testing results shows that the generalized McAllister three-body interaction model gave the best prediction results.

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2019-06-10

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Hussein, N. M., & Asfour, A.-F. A. (2019). An Experimental Study of the Viscometric and Volumetric Properties of 1-Alkanol (C3 – C11) Ternary Systems at Different Temperature Levels. International Journal of Natural and Engineering Sciences, 12(1), 26–36. Retrieved from https://ijnes.org/index.php/ijnes/article/view/309

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