A new apparatus for measurements of PVT properties and their derivatives with a metal bellows was designed for fluids and fluid mixtures of a fixed composition for pressures up to 20 MPa in the range of temperatures from room-temperature condition to 473 K. The apparatus, procedures, and results of calibrations are described. The capabilities of the apparatus are illustrated by means of the vapor-pressure measurements for chlorodifluoromethane and the PVT measurements of sulfur hexafluoride. Temperatures were set and kept constant at the values desired within ±3 mK and pressures within ±2 kPa. It was shown that density derivatives with respect to pressure at constant temperature and those with respect to temperature at constant pressure may both obtain from the experimental results.
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||Review of Scientific Instruments|
|Publication status||Published - 1989|
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