Reference Correlation for the Thermal Conductivity of Ammonia from the Triple-Point Temperature to 680 K and Pressures up to 80 MPa

@article{Monogenidou2018ReferenceCF,
  title={Reference Correlation for the Thermal Conductivity of Ammonia from the Triple-Point Temperature to 680 K and Pressures up to 80 MPa},
  author={S. A. Monogenidou and Marc J. Assael and Marcia L. Huber},
  journal={Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data},
  year={2018}
}
This paper presents a new wide-ranging correlation for the thermal conductivity of ammonia based on critically evaluated experimental data. The correlation is designed to be used with a recently published equation of state that is valid from the triple-point temperature to 680 K and pressures up to 80 MPa. We estimate the uncertainty at a 95% confidence level to be 6.8% over the aforementioned range, with the exception of the dilute-gas range where the uncertainty is 4% over the temperature… 
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