Jürgen Gmehling mostly deals with Thermodynamics, UNIFAC, Group contribution method, Activity coefficient and PSRK. Jürgen Gmehling combines subjects such as VTPR, Non-random two-liquid model and Data collection with his study of Thermodynamics. His research integrates issues of Statistical physics, Experimental data and Group in his study of UNIFAC.
The Group contribution method study combines topics in areas such as Flory–Huggins solution theory, Gibbs free energy, Component and Extension. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ionic liquid, Dilution and Solvent in addition to Activity coefficient. Jürgen Gmehling interconnects Binary system and Atmospheric temperature range in the investigation of issues within Ionic liquid.
His main research concerns Thermodynamics, UNIFAC, Activity coefficient, Group contribution method and Organic chemistry. His Thermodynamics research includes elements of Binary system, Dortmund Data Bank and PSRK. His PSRK research focuses on Solubility and how it relates to Aqueous solution and Inorganic chemistry.
The UNIFAC study which covers Group that intersects with Applied mathematics. His Activity coefficient research also works with subjects such as
His primary areas of investigation include Thermodynamics, UNIFAC, Activity coefficient, VTPR and Group contribution method. His Thermodynamics study incorporates themes from Binary system, Dortmund Data Bank and PSRK. His studies in UNIFAC integrate themes in fields like Methanol, Dimethyl carbonate and Ionic liquid.
His work deals with themes such as Dilution, Work and Solubility, which intersect with Activity coefficient. His work in VTPR addresses subjects such as Equation of state, which are connected to disciplines such as Supercritical fluid and Volume. The concepts of his Group contribution method study are interwoven with issues in Enthalpy, UNIQUAC and Algebra.
Jürgen Gmehling mainly focuses on Thermodynamics, UNIFAC, Activity coefficient, Dortmund Data Bank and PSRK. His Thermodynamics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both VTPR, Group contribution method, Methanol, Extractive distillation and Ternary operation. His Group contribution method study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Vapor liquid, Binary system, COSMO-RS and UNIQUAC.
His UNIFAC study is concerned with Organic chemistry in general. His Dortmund Data Bank research incorporates themes from Binary Independence Model, Experimental data, Process design and Statistical physics. His PSRK research integrates issues from Ideal solution, Liquid–liquid extraction, Extraction, Hexafluorophosphate and Trifluoromethanesulfonate.
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Vapor-liquid equilibrium data collection
PSRK: A Group Contribution Equation of State Based on UNIFAC
T. Holderbaum;J. Gmehling.
Fluid Phase Equilibria (1991)
Vapor-liquid Equilibria Using Unifac: A Group-Contribution Method
Aage Fredenslund;Jürgen Gmehling;Peter Rasmussen.
Systems with ionic liquids: Measurement of VLE and γ ∞ data and prediction of their thermodynamic behavior using original UNIFAC, mod. UNIFAC(Do) and COSMO-RS(Ol)
Ryo Kato;Jürgen Gmehling.
The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics (2005)
Vapor−Liquid Equilibria by UNIFAC Group Contribution. 6. Revision and Extension
Roland Wittig;and Jürgen Lohmann;Jürgen Gmehling.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Process Design and Development (1979)
Measurement of Activity Coefficients at Infinite Dilution in Ionic Liquids Using the Dilutor Technique
Michael Krummen;and Peter Wasserscheid;Jürgen Gmehling.
Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data (2002)
A Modified UNIFAC (Dortmund) Model. 3. Revision and Extension
Jürgen Gmehling;Jürgen Lohmann;Antje Jakob;Jiding Li.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (1998)
Computerized Design of Multicomponent Distillation Columns Using the UNIFAC Group Contribution Method for Calculation of Activity Coefficients
Aage Fredenslund;Jurgen Gmehling;Michael L. Michelsen;Peter Rasmussen.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Process Design and Development (1977)
Reaction Kinetics and Chemical Equilibrium of Homogeneously and Heterogeneously Catalyzed Acetic Acid Esterification with Methanol and Methyl Acetate Hydrolysis
T. Pöpken;L. Götze;J. Gmehling.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2000)
Determination of new ASOG parameters.
Katsumi Tochigi;Detlef Tiegs;Jürgen Gmehling;Kazuo Kojima.
Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan (1990)
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