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Old   August 27, 2013, 05:41
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thre are several real gas models,which one is more suitable for air in pressures in the range of:200000pa-1.8Mpa
and temperatures of :300-1300K?
is van der waals appropriate for example?
how can find out and obtain more information about applicability of them and their accuracy?
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Old   July 30, 2015, 05:55
Default wikipedia might be a good starting point...
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I am sure you already have found an answer to this question. But, since I just hit the same topic and found a pretty good overview (of course, as always: lacking citations) on wikipedia, I would like to share this:

Hopefully, this helps other people looking for the same answer.
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