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# Hw2sol - PGE 312 Fall 2011 Physical and Chemical Behavior...

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PGE 312 Fall 2011 Physical and Chemical Behavior of Petroleum Fluids I Homework 2 Due in class on Wednesday, September 21 Chapter 2 of McCain Problems 2-4, 2-6, 2-7, 2-11, and 2 -13 Teaching Assistant Mr. Daniel Ayoub CPE 2.202 (to be confirmed) Office Hours: Mon: 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM. (To be confirmed) Wed: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM. (To be confirmed) Please consult the Guidelines for Preparing Homework for PGE 312 (at the end of the syllabus in Blackboard) and abide by them. Any homework paper that does not meet the minimum requirements specified in the guidelines will be rejected.

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2-4 The vapor pressure of n-butane at 200F: 200 psi or 1.3 Mpa It also equals to bubble point and dew point because of pure component. 2-6 According to Clausins-Clapeyron Eq. (Eq. 2-5), we have Pv, psia T, F T, R T -1 (R -1 ) Ln(P) 147 -39.1 420.6 0.002377725 4.990432587 293.9 -2 457.7 0.00218498 5.683239573 440.9 22.5 482.2 0.002073957 6.088818092 572.05 40 499.67 0.002001321 6.34922703 From the linear regression equation, the vapor pressure at 40F can be calculated as 572 psi
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