The model of K.A. Petersen  was used to predict viscosimetric activity in this study. The main idea behind this approach is to determine a fluid’s viscosity using two models as a guide when going through a reduced pressure. The process is a two-reference corresponding state. This study demonstrates that the approach is based on the reference chosen, as well as any of the possible C10/C6H6 and C1/C10 references. For four different weight ratios, the findings were examined. It shows that adding a modified coefficient has no noticeable impact on the results when compared to the results without the adjustment factor, which appears to be the best option. In terms of the effect of the references chosen, the two couples tend to be a good match in general, but we should point out that this is not a prerequisite. The results are right in the case of mixtures containing at least one aromatic, particularly when comparing the ratio of adjustment and our ratio without adjustment to that of K. A. PETERSEN. The viscosity experimental findings are in good agreement with the measured values. We can predict that the implementation of the second body of reference (C10) from the model states corresponding to the authors’ reference (C1) would result in a relative change.
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Materials, Energy, Acoustics Team (Meat), University Mohammed V of Rabat, Morocco.
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