Marcia L. Huber focuses on Thermodynamics, Viscosity, Refrigerant, Thermal conductivity and Process engineering. Her study deals with a combination of Thermodynamics and NIST. Marcia L. Huber integrates several fields in her works, including NIST, Reference database and Equation of state.
Marcia L. Huber has included themes like Phase and Virial coefficient in her Viscosity study. Her research in Refrigerant intersects with topics in Fluorocarbon and Halocarbon. She interconnects Volatility and Aviation fuel in the investigation of issues within Process engineering.
Her primary areas of study are Thermodynamics, Thermal conductivity, Viscosity, Triple point and Equation of state. Her work in the fields of Thermodynamics, such as Refrigerant and Supercritical fluid, intersects with other areas such as Correlation, Coverage factor and Range. Marcia L. Huber carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Refrigerant and NIST.
Her Thermal conductivity research includes elements of Thermal diffusivity, Atmospheric temperature range, Critical point and Analytical chemistry. Her study in Vapor–liquid equilibrium extends to Viscosity with its themes. Her work focuses on many connections between Equation of state and other disciplines, such as Heat capacity, that overlap with her field of interest in Vapor pressure.
Marcia L. Huber mainly focuses on Thermal conductivity, Thermodynamics, Atmospheric temperature range, Viscosity and Triple point. Her Thermal conductivity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Analytical chemistry, Copper and Supercritical fluid. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hexane and Refrigerant.
Her Thermodynamics study focuses on Equation of state in particular. Her work in Atmospheric temperature range addresses issues such as Work, which are connected to fields such as Novec 1230, Combustion and Process engineering. Her Viscosity study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Mechanics.
Marcia L. Huber mainly investigates Thermodynamics, Thermal conductivity, Atmospheric temperature range, Viscosity and Refrigerant. Her Thermal conductivity research incorporates themes from Tin, Indium and Nickel. Her studies in Atmospheric temperature range integrate themes in fields like Triple point and Analytical chemistry.
Triple point and Carbon dioxide are commonly linked in her work. Many of her studies on Viscosity apply to Equation of state as well. Her research in Refrigerant focuses on subjects like Supercritical fluid, which are connected to Ene reaction.
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NIST Standard Reference Database 23: Reference Fluid Thermodynamic and Transport Properties-REFPROP, Version 8.0
Eric W. Lemmon;Marcia L. Huber;Mark O. McLinden.
Nat'l Std. Ref. Data Series (NIST NSRDS) - (2007)
NIST Standard Reference Database 23: Reference Fluid Thermodynamic and Transport Properties-REFPROP, Version 9.1 | NIST
Eric W. Lemmon;Marcia L. Huber;Mark O. McLinden.
Natl Std. Ref. Data Series (NIST NSRDS) - (2013)
NIST Standard Reference Database 23 - NIST Thermodynamic and Transport Properties REFPROP, Version 7.0
Eric W. Lemmon;Mark O. McLinden;Marcia L. Huber.
World Wide Web-Internet and Web Information Systems (2002)
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)
Methodology for Formulating Diesel Surrogate Fuels with Accurate Compositional, Ignition-Quality, and Volatility Characteristics
Charles J. Mueller;William J. Cannella;Thomas J. Bruno;Bruce Bunting.
Energy & Fuels (2012)
Surrogate Mixture Model for the Thermophysical Properties of Synthetic Aviation Fuel S-8: Explicit Application of the Advanced Distillation Curve
M. L. Huber;B. L. Smith;L. S. Ott;T. J. Bruno.
Energy & Fuels (2008)
New International Formulation for the Thermal Conductivity of H2O
Marcia L. Huber;Richard A. Perkins;Daniel G. Friend;Jan V. Sengers.
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data (2012)
Diesel Surrogate Fuels for Engine Testing and Chemical-Kinetic Modeling: Compositions and Properties
Charles J. Mueller;William J. Cannella;J. Timothy Bays;Thomas J. Bruno.
Energy & Fuels (2016)
Thermodynamic Properties of n-Dodecane
Eric W. Lemmon;Marcia L. Huber.
Energy & Fuels (2004)
Model for the Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity of Refrigerants, Including a New Correlation for the Viscosity of R134a
Marcia L. Huber;and Arno Laesecke;Richard A. Perkins.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2003)
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