Haddad

Jordan University of Science and Technology, Arbēla, Irbid, Jordan

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    ABSTRACT: The objective of this work is to find a suitable correlation that best fits the specific heat of metals, metal oxides and metal fluorides as a function of temperature. It was found that a multilinear regression model of the form Cp = aTbecTed/T has the lowest deviation from experimental data compared to other correlations including a 4th to 6th-order polynomial regression model. The coefficient of determination, R2, was very close to unity in most cases and the average of the absolute relative errors, AARE, was less than 5% for the specific heat of most of the systems studied. The overall AARE was about 1.8% for metals and 3% for metal oxides and metal fluorides, which is within the experimental error.

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  • 2004
    • Jordan University of Science and Technology
      Arbēla, Irbid, Jordan