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Hi Jahed,

 

Most thermo datasets compile data from experiments conducted along the steam saturation curve. In other words, water doesn't boil as you go above 100 C because the pressure is just high enough to match the vapor pressure of water.

 

A few examples in the GWB Users Guides describe the process of "steam flooding" of petroleum reservoirs. The steam is actually hot water (200 C in these particular models). Try taking a look at section 3.4 of the GWB Reaction Modeling Guide, and 3.11 and 4.10 in the GWB Reactive Transport Modeling Guide.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Brian Farrell

Aqueous Solutions LLC

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