Lecture 3 - Jan 24 2012

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LECTURE 3 JAN 24, 2012 1
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Single Component P-T Diagram 2
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Single Component P-V Diagram 3
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Multi-component Phase Diagram 4
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Phase Diagram of Hydrocarbon Mixtures 5
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6 PHASE BEHAVIOR
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Physical Constants 7
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Hydrocarbon Physical Constants 8
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Hydrocarbon Physical Constants (Cont’d) 9
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Hydrocarbon Physical Constants (Cont’d) 10
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Gas Laws Boyle’s Law (Constant Temperature) Charles’ Law (Constant Pressure) Avogadro's Law ( Same P,V and T) 6.022 x 1023 /gr-mol , 2.73 x 1026 /lb- mol Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures 11
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Gas Laws Amagat’s Law of Partial Volumes Roult’s Law 12 V = v1 + v2 + v3 … + vn Pi = pvi xi Where, pvi is vapor pressure of component i at a given T xi is the mole fraction of component i in liquid phase
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Physical Properties Molecular Weight and Mole Fraction Gas Density and Specific Gravity Liquid Density and Specific Gravity Viscosity Equation of State 13
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Air Composition 14 Gas Composition Component Mole Fraction Nitrogen 0.79 Oxigen 0.2 Argon 0.01 Total 1.00 Oxygen
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