Project 801's purpose is to satisfy industry needs for accurate and complete thermodynamic and physical property data for process engineering in a rapidly changing business and technical environment.
This experimental project is directed at obtaining phase equilibria and other data on systems of important industrial chemicals. Other systems studied will be selected specifically to augment predictive techniques such as UNIFAC or ASOG, which estimate phase equilibria from data based on the molecular group structure of each compo
Project 851's purpose is to experimentally determine the critical point (temperature, pressure, density/volume) of pure compounds; concentrate on key compounds for which reliable data are lacking. Many such compounds are unstable at their critical temperature; thus, new rapid methods of measurement are required.
The DIPPR ESP database is based on over 40 cumulative years of DIPPR data work at Penn State University, Brigham Young University, and Michigan Technological University.