publication . Article . 2008

Flash-Point prediction for binary partially miscible aqueous-organic mixtures

Horng-Jang Liaw; Chien Tsun Chen; Vincent Gerbaud;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2008
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Country: France
Abstract
Abstract Flash point is the most important variable used to characterize fire and explosion hazard of liquids. Herein, partially miscible mixtures are presented within the context of liquid–liquid extraction processes and heterogeneous distillation processes. This paper describes development of a model for predicting the flash point of binary partially miscible mixtures of aqueous–organic system. To confirm the predictive efficiency of the derived flash points, the model was verified by comparing the predicted values with the experimental data for the studied mixtures: water + 1 - butanol ; water + 2 - butanol ; water + isobutanol ; water + 1 - pentanol ; and, w...
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free text keywords: Génie chimique, Flash point, Prediction, Partially miscible mixtures, Aqueous-organic solution, Vapor-liquid-liquid equilibrium, Binary number, Butanol, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Chemical process, Distillation, law.invention, law, Octane, Flash point, Aqueous solution, Thermodynamics, Liquid–liquid extraction
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