# Urea properties

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 August 5, 2008, 14:42 Urea properties #1 Lokesh Guest   Posts: n/a Hi, I am looking for all urea properties. If you source tell me source, it would be fine. Thanks in advance,

 August 7, 2008, 03:51 Re: Urea properties #2 Polly Eda Guest   Posts: n/a if you are looking for properties of urea solution, have a look on the BASF website. keyword 'Adblue'.

 August 7, 2008, 04:52 Re: Urea properties #3 Lokesh Guest   Posts: n/a hey thx, i searched under products. Could not find enough information. And search also for Adblue, still no results. if you could tell me or send a link, i will appreciate.

 August 8, 2008, 03:06 Re: Urea properties #4 Polly Eda Guest   Posts: n/a http://www.adblue-service.de/qualitaet.htm it's in german, but should not be too difficult to understand

 August 11, 2008, 10:58 Re: Urea properties #5 Lokesh Guest   Posts: n/a Hey Polly, Still some of the properties are missing Heat of vaporization Heat of formation temperature of formation thermal expansion coefficient All above properties are need to plug in Star-CD. Thanks again, From Lokesh

 August 14, 2008, 04:16 Re: Urea properties #6 Polly Eda Guest   Posts: n/a use the values of water if you don't know them. that should not be too far away from adblue. Are you calculating the chemistry of urea hydrolysis as well?

 August 14, 2008, 15:36 Re: Urea properties #7 Lokesh Guest   Posts: n/a yep i am calculating some thing like this The heat needed to melt 1 kg of urea solution could be calculated in the following way: 1 kg solution = 325 g urea + 675 g H2O 325 g urea = 5.42 mole urea 625 g H2O = 37.5 mole H2O 5.42 mole x 15.074 kJ/mole = 81.70 kJ 37.5 mole x 6.012 kJ/mole = 225.45 kJ -------------------- = 307.15 kJ / kg urea solution crevoise likes this.

 April 15, 2017, 04:28 Adblue properties #8 New Member   fédor Platteau Join Date: Apr 2017 Posts: 1 Rep Power: 0 Dear Sir or Madam, I am currently making a project concerning waterhammer on a network of adblue. But where can I find the fluid properties of the fluid? Especially the bulk modulus (compression modulus ) of the fluid. Thank you in advance