Thermo Day June 13, 2012
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SFGP Symposium Thermodynamic Working Group :
“Electrolytes, but what is it?”
June 13, 2013
Ecole des Mines de Paris
Despite the large number of industrial applications (hydrometallurgy, CO2 capture, water treatment, agribusiness, etc ..) thermodynamic models, essential for the sizing units are evolving slowly. This is due to the particularly complex nature of these mixtures because of the many molecular interactions that are present. Indeed, thermodynamics has developed many equations to predict the behavior of fluids be they pure compounds or mixtures. In parallel, chemical thermodynamics developed effective tools to predict behavior and properties thermophysical electrolytic solutions. For example, we can cite the Debye model
Huckel. A more precise knowledge of molecular interactions and calculation techniques has development of models whose accuracy improves as new models are developed. Similarly, measurement techniques have evolved considerably: the data that you can get more and more accurate and better model settings.
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Electrolytes, but what is it ?
W. Fürst – ENSTA Paritech
Modeling of electrolyte solutions in relation to their specificities.
P. Paricaud – ENSTA Paritech
Recent developments in modeling electrolyte solutions.
P. Guilbaud – CEA
Simulation of the thermodynamics and molecular structure of concentrated solutions of lanthanide salts (III).
Part 1 – Part 2
Quelques applications et exemples.
Jing Zhao – TOTAL
Decarbonization of natural gas: what simulation tool for process engineers?
J. Corvisier – Mines ParisTech
Importance of thermodynamics in metallurgy: Difficulties encountered in modeling the solutions of hydrometallurgical processes.
Part 1 – Part 2
T. Vercouter – CEA
The complexes of elements f with sulphate ions: determination of their thermodynamic stability with the SIT formula.
Animated by Alain Gaunand – Mines Paristech
“What are the needs for the development of “good” thermodynamic models for the representation of thermo-physical properties useful for the industry ?”