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**The task is to reproduce the spreadsheet shown in the lecture and printed out below.
**

This can be broken down into several stages. It is probably a good idea to work

through the example in the manual before starting this exercise if you are not familiar

with Excel.

The purpose of your spreadsheet is to calculate the density of an ideal gas given its

molecular weight for a range of temperatures at a given pressure. The user should be

able to specify the molecular weight, the pressure in bar and the temperature range in

°C.

Your Spreadsheet must have the following features:

1. A title in a font which is different from the rest of the sheet.

2. A short summary of the purpose of the spreadsheet and what it does.

3. An easily identifiable area where variables and constants are entered, as opposed

to quantities that are calculated. This area should include anything you might want

to change as well as any constants.

4. An area where calculated quantities are displayed.

**Gas Density Calculation
**

The density of a gas is calculated using PV=nRT

Density =Mn/V=MP/RT

P is given, T varies between Tmin and Tmax

Variables and Constants

Pressure

R

Tmin

Tmax

Mol wt

1 bara

8.314 kJ/kmolK

800 C

1200 C

29 kg/kmol

**Temperature C Temperature K Density kg/m3
**

800

840

880

920

960

1073

1113

1153

1193

1233

0.325

0.313

0.303

0.292

0.283

1000

1040

1080

1120

1160

1200

1273

1313

1353

1393

1433

1473

0.274

0.266

0.258

0.250

0.243

0.237

Tmax and 9 intermediate temperatures) evenly spaced temperatures manually. In order to volume occupied determine the mass of material present we need an additional piece of information. I think giving the constants and variables names helps in composing the formulae. one similar to the one on the previous page and one showing the formulae you have used. n is the number of moles present and T is the absolute temperature.Useful Information and hints. V RT V RT Stages in building up your spreadsheet: First put in the title. The mass present is then Mn given by mass = Mn . which is defined as . The density is then ρ = rearranging the ideal gas equation V n P Mn MP gives = . We require the density of the gas. Think about how you would go about getting 11 (Tmin. the molecular weight of the substance. but you are advised to show the two copies to me so that comments can be given on layout and functionality of the spreadsheet. The second is produced by selecting Options on the Tools menu then on the View menu select formulas in the Window option section. The ideal gas equation is PV = nRT where P is the absolute pressure. For this exercise you should print out 2 copies of your spreadsheet. R is the gas constant. Based on a document produced by Dr J M Skilling Dr John Christy 28th January 2000 . Think about units! What units do you need in the equation to make it consistent? Calculate the density at one temperature first then think about how to get the range of temperatures. which can be calculated from the equation above. V is the gas volume. we will call this M. then think about how to do this automatically. This exercise is not assessed. the equation used in the spreadsheet. mass of material To do this we think about density ρ. description and box of constants and variables. so = .

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