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Van 't Hof, A. (author), Peters, C.J. (author), De Leeuw, S.W. (author)
The conventional Gibbs-Duhem integration method is very convenient for the prediction of phase equilibria of both pure components and mixtures. However, it turns out to be inefficient. The method requires a number of lengthy simulations to predict the state conditions at which phase coexistence occurs. This number is not known from the outset of...
journal article 2006
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Van 't Hof, A. (author), De Leeuw, S.W. (author), Peters, C.J. (author)
Gibbs-Duhem integration implies the numerical integration of a Clapeyron equation. To start the numerical integration, an initial coexistence point and a corresponding initial slope of the Clapeyron equation are needed. In order to apply Gibbs-Duhem integration to all kinds of systems at diverse physical conditions, one has to investigate and...
journal article 2006
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Van 't Hof, A. (author)
Knowledge of physical properties of pure components and mixtures is essential when designing new processes or improving the efficiency of existing processes. However, mixture properties at the physical conditions relevant to the process are hardly ever available. Computer power has increased considerably over the last years. Thus, it is possible...
doctoral thesis 2005
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Hof, A. (author), Breur, K.J. (author), Icke, J. (author), Schuurmans, W. (author), van Leeuwen, P.E.R.M. (author)
report 2002
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van 't Hof, A. (author)
This literature study reports on critical phenomena in general. It was meant to improve knowledge of the critical point in order to have a firm basis for a graduation project...
student report 2000
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