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Engineering and Technology
D-index
75
Citations
17,219
299
World Ranking
198
National Ranking
92

- Quantum mechanics
- Thermodynamics
- Mathematical analysis

His primary areas of investigation include Thermodynamics, Critical point, Crossover, Critical phenomena and Thermal conductivity. Many of his studies on Thermodynamics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Ising model. His studies deal with areas such as Universality, Statistical physics and Critical exponent as well as Critical point.

His study in Statistical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Amplitude, Renormalization group, Wavenumber and Asymmetry. Jan V. Sengers works mostly in the field of Critical phenomena, limiting it down to topics relating to Critical point and, in certain cases, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics. Jan V. Sengers works mostly in the field of Thermal conductivity, limiting it down to topics relating to Light scattering and, in certain cases, Transient and Rayleigh scattering, as a part of the same area of interest.

- The Transport Properties of Carbon Dioxide (555 citations)
- Thermodynamic Behavior of Fluids Near the Critical Point (471 citations)
- Thermophysical properties of fluid D2O (316 citations)

Jan V. Sengers mainly focuses on Thermodynamics, Critical point, Statistical physics, Critical phenomena and Thermal conductivity. His work blends Thermodynamics and Crossover studies together. The concepts of his Critical point study are interwoven with issues in Universality, Compressibility, Critical exponent and Reduced properties.

He has researched Statistical physics in several fields, including Amplitude, Renormalization group and Critical variable. His work carried out in the field of Critical phenomena brings together such families of science as Equation of state and Binodal. His Material properties course of study focuses on Thermodynamic system and Thermodynamic equations and Thermodynamic free energy.

- Thermodynamics (55.90%)
- Critical point (36.79%)
- Statistical physics (25.71%)

- Thermodynamics (55.90%)
- Thermal conductivity (18.63%)
- Statistical physics (25.71%)

Thermodynamics, Thermal conductivity, Statistical physics, Critical point and Non-equilibrium thermodynamics are his primary areas of study. His study ties his expertise on Properties of water together with the subject of Thermodynamics. His study looks at the relationship between Thermal conductivity and topics such as Thermal diffusivity, which overlap with Acentric factor.

His Statistical physics research includes elements of Local equilibrium, Spectral line, Spacetime and Work. His studies in Critical point integrate themes in fields like Solvent, Polymer, Critical phenomena, Critical exponent and Scaling theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Viscosity, Dielectric and Specific heat in addition to Critical phenomena.

- Thermodynamics of supercooled water. (164 citations)
- New International Formulation for the Thermal Conductivity of H2O (101 citations)
- Equation of State for Supercooled Water at Pressures up to 400 MPa (61 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Thermodynamics
- Mathematical analysis

Jan V. Sengers focuses on Thermodynamics, Thermal conductivity, Temperature gradient, Non-equilibrium thermodynamics and Statistical physics. His work is connected to Supercooling, Compressibility, Thermal and Chemical thermodynamics, as a part of Thermodynamics. His studies examine the connections between Thermal conductivity and genetics, as well as such issues in Thermal diffusivity, with regards to Acentric factor, Cutoff, Wavenumber and Amplitude.

Jan V. Sengers works mostly in the field of Temperature gradient, limiting it down to topics relating to Thermal expansion and, in certain cases, Condensed matter physics and Casimir pressure, as a part of the same area of interest. A large part of his Condensed matter physics studies is devoted to Critical point. His Statistical physics study combines topics in areas such as Local equilibrium, Spectral line and Spacetime.

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The Transport Properties of Carbon Dioxide

V. Vesovic;W. A. Wakeham;G. A. Olchowy;J. V. Sengers.

Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data **(1990)**

917 Citations

Thermodynamic Behavior of Fluids Near the Critical Point

J. V. Sengers;J. M. H. L. Sengers.

Annual Review of Physical Chemistry **(1986)**

740 Citations

Hydrodynamic Fluctuations in Fluids and Fluid Mixtures

José M. Ortiz de Zárate;J. V. Sengers.

**(2006)**

384 Citations

Improved International Formulations for the Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity of Water Substance

J. V. Sengers;J. T. R. Watson.

Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data **(1986)**

346 Citations

Thermophysical properties of fluid D2O

J. Kestin;J. V. Sengers;B. Kamgar‐Parsi;J. M. H. Levelt Sengers.

Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data **(1984)**

336 Citations

Gravity effects in fluids near the gas-liquid critical point

Michael R. Moldover;Jan V. Sengers;R W. Gammon;R Hocken.

Reviews of Modern Physics **(1979)**

290 Citations

Crossover approach to global critical phenomena in fluids

M.A Anisimov;S.B Kiselev;J.V Sengers;S Tang.

Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications **(1992)**

288 Citations

New International Formulation for the Viscosity of H2O

Marcia L. Huber;Richard A. Perkins;Arno R. Laesecke;Daniel G. Friend.

Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data **(2009)**

274 Citations

Measurement of the Transport Properties of Fluids

W. A. Wakeham;昭 長島;J. V. Sengers.

**(1991)**

256 Citations

Generic Long-Range Correlations in Molecular Fluids

J. R. Dorfman;T. R. Kirkpatrick;J. V. Sengers.

Annual Review of Physical Chemistry **(1994)**

250 Citations

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