# Mixing Rules in Cubic Equations of State Applied to Refrigerant Mixtures

@article{Valderrama2002MixingRI, title={Mixing Rules in Cubic Equations of State Applied to Refrigerant Mixtures}, author={J. Valderrama and Luis E. Marambio and Alexis Silva}, journal={Journal of Phase Equilibria}, year={2002}, volume={23}, pages={495-501} }

Two equations of state and four mixing rules are applied to the calculation of the bubble point pressure of several refrigerant mixtures. An equation of state proposed by one of the authors, known as the PTV equation, and a modified Soave-Redlich-Kwong equation of state, known as Predictive Soave-Redlich-Kwong (PSRK), have been used. The mixing rules considered in the study include the classic van der Waals mixing rule with one and with two parameters for the PTV equation, and a model that… Expand

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