Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 01/2006, Vol.51(1), pp.136-144
The viscosity of gaseous ethane was measured using a vibrating-wire viscometer at subcritical temperatures of 290 and 300 K up to 88% of the saturated vapour pressure and at supercritical temperatures of 310, 320, 340, 400 and 430 K at pressures up to a maximum of 30 MPa. The measured data were tabulated and evaluated using the Bucker and Wagner equation of state. The reproducibility and uncertainty were estimated. The viscosity values from the isotherms were correlated as a function of reduced density using a power series expansion and compared with literature data.
Gaseous Status ; Ethane ; Hydrocarbon ; Viscosity ; Isotherm ; Engineering ; Chemistry;
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