gas solubility

gas solubility

[¦gas ‚säl·yə′bil·əd·ē]
(physical chemistry)
The extent that a gas dissolves in a liquid to produce a homogeneous system.
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The HAC technology being tested includes a number of innovations, including the use of open- and closed-loop configurations (no nearby water course needed), co-solute addition to control gas solubility, temperature manipulation and compression of gases alternative to air, all of which have yet to be proven in a large-scale, real-world environment.
Voutsas, Thermodynamic Modeling of Acidic Gas Solubility in Aqueous Solutions of MEA, MDEA and MEA-MDEA Blends, Ind.
To study gas--liquid two-phase coupling seepage, the saturation of gas and liquid, and gas solubility are only consider, with no regard of source-sink, and changes of temperature, the two-phase fluid flow is in line with Darcy's law.
Note that the minimum temperature must be set above the polymer glass transition temperature to get significant gas solubility in the matrix.
Crude oil density and viscosity is strongly dependent on solution gas-oil ratio or gas solubility (Rs).
Specific topics discussed include controlling automobile automatic parking, a non-circulatory planetary gear pump, estimating the forest biomass in the North Dexingan Mountains using remote sensing, measuring gas solubility in waxy crude oil saturated with nitrogen and natural gas, and comparing and analyzing the distribution of pore size in cotton yarn and fabric.
Gas Solubility Empirical Equations R-22 Vaporized Liquid Equation log K = (-205.
Low melt temperatures increase melt strength and gas solubility for better foaming and lower densities.
Xanthos, "Measurement of Gas Solubility in Thermoplastic Melts During Extrusion," SPE ANTEC Tech.
Pouring, solidification and high casting temperatures enhance the breakdown rate of both H and N, increasing gas solubility in the liquid metal.
DDB consists of five modules which may be purchased as a complete set or in part: The Vapor-Liquid-Equilibrium (VLE) Data Bank, The Heat of Mixing Data Bank (HE), The Activity Coefficient at Infinite Dilution Data Bank (ACT), The Gas Solubility Data Bank (GLe), and The Excess Heat Capacity Data Bank (CPE).
Aquacultural, oceanographic, and fisheries engineering, as well as other disciplines, require gas solubility data to compute the equilibrium concentration.