New Correlation for Calculating Critical Temperature of Petroleum Fractions
Critical pressure is one of the most important physical properties of the petroleum fractions, which commonly considered in compositional modeling studies and phase behavior calculations. This paper presents a comparison study among ten different correlations used to calculate the critical pressure of undefined petroleum fractions. A new correlation was developed for calculating the critical pressure of petroleum fractions as a function of the number of carbon atoms with an average error of 0.933977 % and correlation coefficient of 0.999585.
Gomaa, Sayed, "New Correlation for Calculating Critical Temperature of Petroleum Fractions" (2016). Petroleum Engineering and Gas. 1.