|Nov13-12, 11:23 PM||#1|
value of reduced temperature equal to that of reduced pressure?
I only know that a pure gas at same reduced temperature and reduced pressure will have same compressibility factor.
But I wondered is this correct? value of reduced temperature equal to that of reduced pressure?
One more question,from wiki "In order to obtain a generalized graph that can be used for many different gases, the reduced pressure and temperature, and , are used to normalize the compressibility factor data. " What is the experiment? and How to draw the generalized graph ?
physics news on PhysOrg.com
>> Promising doped zirconia
>> New X-ray method shows how frog embryos could help thwart disease
>> Bringing life into focus
|Similar Threads for: value of reduced temperature equal to that of reduced pressure?|
|How to graph the compressibility factor (Z) verus reduced pressure||Classical Physics||0|
|static pressure and airflow at reduced fan speeds||Mechanical Engineering||0|
|Can this equation be reduced further?||Electrical Engineering||1|
|[Thermo] Derivation of compressibility factor vs reduced pressure||Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework||2|
|Reduced to Quadrature||General Math||3|