The Noble-Abel Stiffened-Gas equation of state

Hyperbolic two-phase flow models have shown excellent ability for the resolution of a wide range of applications ranging from interfacial flows to fluid mixtures with several velocities. These models account for waves propagation (acoustic and convective) and consist in hy-perbolic systems of partial differential equations. In this context, each phase is compressible and needs an appropriate convex equation of state (EOS). The EOS must be simple enough for intensive computations as well as boundary conditions treatment. It must also be accurate , this being challenging with respect to simplicity. In the present approach, each fluid is governed by a novel EOS named 'Noble Abel Stiffened Gas' (NASG), this formulation being a significant improvement of the popular 'Stiffened Gas' (SG) EOS. It is a combination of the so-called 'Noble-Abel' and 'Stiffened Gas' equations of state that adds repulsive effects to the SG formulation. The determination of the various thermodynamic functions and associated coefficients is the aim of this article. We first use thermodynamic considerations to determine the different state functions such as the specific internal energy, enthalpy and entropy. Then we propose to determine the associated coefficients for a liquid in the presence of its vapor. The EOS parameters are determined from experimental saturation curves. Some examples of liquid-vapor fluids are examined and associated parameters are computed with the help of the present method. Comparisons between analytical and experimental saturation curves show very good agreement for wide ranges of temperature for both liquid and vapor.

O Le Métayer, Richard Saurel. The Noble-Abel Stiffened-Gas equation of state. Physics of Fluids, American Institute of Physics, 2016, 28, pp.046102. 〈10.1063/1.4945981〉. 〈hal-01305974〉

Journal: Physics of Fluids

Date de publication: 01-01-2016

Auteurs:
  • O Le Métayer
  • Richard Saurel

Digital object identifier (doi): http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4945981


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