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Sample: CH4

V real  V real 
Tc = ------- K
z   
Pc= ------- bar
V id  n 
z 
T1 ------- F (oC)  V id 
n ------  
 n 
p (bar) V (cm3)/mol Vid (cm3)/mol Z pr

1 154.3 175.6 0.8787015945

p (bar) n Fixed Volume Z pr


V1
V1
V1
V1
pV  nRT pV  znRT

Vmt 513.4090909 fv= 0.307656683


Vmg 1383.2 nt 88 milimols
Vml 126.9

Vg=nt*fv*Vmg 37.4484637109 cc
Vt 45.18 cc

Vg/Vt = 0.8288725921
Sample: CH4
Tc = ------- K
Pc= ------- bar

T1 ------- F (oC)
n ------

p (bar) V (cm3) Vid (cm3) Z pr

1 0.31 0.35 0.8857142857

p (bar) n Z pr
V1
V1
V1
V1
41810
10452 0.750012
M ilimoles in Cell
a= 0.02 mmoles/bar

mmoles Pressure mmoles


In cell (bar) Lost 100
Milimoles in Cell

100 40 0 90
99 50 1
97.9 55 2.1
96.7 60 3.3 80
95.1 80 4.9
93.3 90 6.7
91.3 100 8.7 70
89.1 110 10.9
86.7 120 13.3
84.1 130 15.9 60
81.3 140 18.7 50 75 100 125 150 175
78.3 150 21.7 Pressure (bar)
75.1 160 24.9
71.7 170 28.3
68.2 175 31.8

ni  ni 1  a  pi
An example of how to evaluate moles left in PVT cell
Milimoles in Cell

125 150 175 200

sure (bar)
Pressure
, bar Vreal (cc) Videal (cc) z Leak (1) Vreal(1) zapp(1) Leak(2) Vreal(2)
40 61.17 65.95 0.927521 100 61.17 0.927521 100 61.17
50 48.14 52.76 0.912434 99 47.66 0.903336 98 47.18
55 43.43 47.97 0.905358 98 42.56 0.887221 96 41.69
60 39.52 43.97 0.898795
65 36.22 40.59 0.892338 97 35.13 0.865484 93 33.68
70 33.41 37.69 0.886442
75 30.98 35.18 0.880614
80 28.88 32.98 0.875682 95 27.43 0.831716 90 25.99
85 27.03 31.04 0.870812
90 25.39 29.31 0.866257 93 23.62 0.805868 86 21.84
95 23.94 27.77 0.862081
100 22.65 26.38 0.858605 91 20.61 0.781274 82 18.57
105 21.49 25.13 0.855153
110 20.44 23.98 0.852377 89 18.19 0.758549 78 15.94
115 19.49 22.94 0.849608
120 18.63 21.98 0.847589 87 16.21 0.737489 73 13.6
125 17.84 21.11 0.845097
130 17.12 20.29 0.843765 84 14.38 0.708724 68 11.64
135 16.47 19.54 0.842886
140 15.86 18.84 0.841826 81 12.85 0.682059 62 9.88
145 15.3 18.19 0.841121
150 14.79 17.59 0.840819 78 11.54 0.656055 56 8.28
155 14.31 17.02 0.840776
160 16.49 75 10.4 0.630685 50 6.94
165 13.46 15.99 0.841776
170 15.52 72 9.42 0.606959 43 5.62
175 12.72 15.08 0.843501 68 8.65 0.573607 36 4.58

Note that I did not include neither the temperature or the substance at which this was evaluated - This is for you to se
You must do your own calculations.
zapp(2)
0.927521
1
0.894238
0.9 z (no leak)
0.869085 z-factor
0.8 z (leak 1)
0.829761 0.7 z (leak 2)
0.6
0.5
0.788053 0.4
0.3
0.745138 0.2
0.1
0.703942 0
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200
0.664721
Pressure (bar)
0.618744

0.573682

0.524416

0.470722

0.420861

0.362113
0.303714

uated - This is for you to see the procedure used.


Sample Preparation n=mass/mw

Mw Moles Mole Fraction

C2 30.07 20 0.4 xi=ni/nt = n2/(n2+n7)


C7 90.22 30 0.6
50

Mw Moles Mass Mass Fraction

C2 30.07 40 1202.8 0.1818


C7 90.22 60 5413.2 0.8182
100 6616.0

Mw Mass Moles Mole Fraction

C2 30.07 10 0.33256 0.6000


C7 90.22 20 0.22168 0.4000
30 0.55424

60
Mw Mass Moles Mass Fraction

C2 30.07 4239.8700 141.0000 0.7022


C7 90.22 1798.1184 19.9304 0.2978
6037.9884 160.9304
7.0746287356

0.2

Mw Mass Moles Mass Fraction

C2 30.07 847.9740 28.2000 0.7022


C7 90.22 359.6237 3.9861 0.2978
1207.5977 32.1861

7.0746287356
Mole Fraction

0.876
0.124

Mole Fraction

0.876
0.124