|June 14, 2015, 19:56||
Sutherland's Equation for Hydrocarbon Gases
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I'm trying to model atomization and combustion of a liquid fuel and I would like to use Sutherland's equation for the temperature dependence of the viscosity for this fuel (dodecane) when it has vaporized.
Would anyone happen to know a good source that lists the viscosity of vapor (or gas) phases of fuels/hydrocarbons for some temperature range?
I have looked around several sources without too much luck
Thanks for your time
PS: Sorry for posting this in the wrong forum!
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