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SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CEIC3001 Advanced Thermodynamics and Separation Tutorial 2 Question 1 Prepare plots of f i vs P and of i vs P for CO 2 at a temperature of 10 °C and for the range of pressure from 1.0 to 8.0 MPa (use increments of 1.0 MPa). The vapour pressure ( sat i P ) of CO 2 at 10 °C is 4.5 MPa (show the values of f i and i at sat i P P ). The molar volume of saturated liquid CO 2 ( sat i V ) at 10 °C is 51.0 cm 3 /mol. Use the virial equation of state (truncated to 2 terms) and the Pitzer correlations to estimate i for gaseous CO 2 . Question 2 A gas mixture consisting of 50 mol% CO 2 and 50 mol% acetone is maintained at a temperature of 323 K and 8 MPa. Calculate the fugacity of each component in the gas mixture. Use the truncated virial equation of state to calculate your answers. Show all equations used in calculating your answers. Data T c (K) P c (MPa) Z c V c (cm 3 /mol) CO 2 0.224 304.2 7.383 0.274 94.0 acetone 0.307 508.2 4.701 0.233 209
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