



Last update: Růžička Květoslav prof. Ing. CSc. (21.10.2020)



Last update: Růžička Květoslav prof. Ing. CSc. (21.10.2020)
Students will be able to: Calculate the state of the system (temperature, pressure, volume, mass) using equations of state. Calculate the same quantities for mixtures using different approaches (mixing rules, theorem of corresponding states, empirical "laws") Calculate heat and work under specified conditions (adiabatic, isothermal, isochoric, isobaric process). Calculate thermodynamic quantities of pure substances and mixtures (entropy, enthalpy, Gibbs energy, ...) depending on temperature and pressure, resp. density. Apply equations of state to solve phase equilibria. Assess the stability of the system from a thermodynamic point of view. 


Last update: Růžička Květoslav prof. Ing. CSc. (21.10.2020)
1. Novák, J.P., K. Růžička, and M. Fulem, Calculation of Thermodynamic Functions from Volumetric Properties, CHAPTER 17 in Volume Properties: Liquids, Solutions and Vapours. 2015, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge,UK. p. 476492. 2. Gmehling J., Kolbe B., Kleiber M., Rarey J.: Chemical Thermodynamics for Process Simulation, WILEYVCH, ISBN: 9783527312771 3. Sandler, S.I., Chemical, biochemical, and engineering thermodynamics. 2006, Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley. ISBN 9780471661740 4. Span, R., Multiparameter equations of state : an accurate source of thermodynamic property data. 2000, Berlin: Springer. ISBN 3540673113 5. Goodwin A.R.H., Sengers J., Peters C.J. Applied Thermodynamics of Fluids. Royal Society of Chemistry 2010, ISBN 9781847558062 


Last update: Růžička Květoslav prof. Ing. CSc. (21.10.2020)
1. Thermodynamic laws, thermodynamic properties of an ideal gas, introduction to intermolecular interactions. 2. Critical point, theorem of corresponding states and its application. 3. Experimental and estimation methods for state behaviour. 4. Cubic equations of state and their extension to associating systems. 5. Viral equation of state and semiempirical equations of state derived from it (BWR, Bender, Starling equations). 6. Fundamental equations of state of real fluids. 7. Equations of state of type SAFT (Statistical associating fluid theory). 8. State behavior of real mixtures, comparison of classical and modern methods. 9. Description of fluid nonideality using additional and residual quantities. 10. Partial molar quantities, thermodynamic quantities of real fluids. 11. Calculation of heat and work in various processes. 12. Singlecomponent phase equilibria, thermodynamic extrapolation outside the experimentally available pressure range. 13. Multicomponent phase equilibria, applications for separation processes and pharmacological applications. 14. Stability of the system against splitting into two phases. 


Last update: Růžička Květoslav prof. Ing. CSc. (21.10.2020)
Physical chemistry II. 