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A range-free method to determine antoine vapor-pressure heat transfer-related equation coefficients using the Boubaker polynomial expansion scheme

  • H. KoçakEmail author
  • Z. Dahong
  • A. Yildirim
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Abstract

In this study, a range-free method is proposed in order to determine the Antoine constants for a given material (salicylic acid). The advantage of this method is mainly yielding analytical expressions which fit different temperature ranges.

Keywords

Antoine equation salicylic acid Boubaker polynomial expansion scheme 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MathematicsEge UniversityBornovaİzmir Turkey

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