Peng-Robinson 3 equations of state to find the number of moles

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Mckale Grant
Mckale Grant am 15 Feb. 2022
Kommentiert: Mckale Grant am 15 Feb. 2022
It is proposed to use a steel tank to store carbon dioxide at 300 K. The tank is 2.5 m3 in volume (V) and the maximum pressure (p) it can safely withstand is 100 atm.
Determine the maximum number of moles (n) of CO2 that can be stored in the tank using the Peng-Robinson (PR) equations given below (each uses the molar volume Vm = V/n).
use: R = 0.08205616 L atm/mol K, Tc = 304.2 K, Pc = 72.9 atm, and w = 0.225.
Need help solving for Vm
My code:
% Peng-Robinson (PR)
T = 300; % Temp in K
V = 2.5; % Volume in m^3
p = 100; % Max Pressure in atm
R = 0.08205616; % Gas constant in L*atm/mol*K
Tc = 304.2; % Crictial Temp in K
Pc = 72.9; % Crictial Pressure in atm
w = 0.225;
% Define Equations
alpha = (1+(0.37464+1.54226*w-0.26992*w^2)*(1-(T/Tc)^0.5))^2;
a = (0.45724*R^2*Tc^2)/Pc;
b = (0.07780*R*Tc)/Pc;
% Define Function (set p equation = 0)
syms Vm
F = ((R*T)/(Vm-b))-((a*alpha)/(Vm^2+2*b*Vm-b^2))-p == 0;
n = V/Vm

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Torsten
Torsten am 15 Feb. 2022
Bearbeitet: Torsten am 15 Feb. 2022
syms Vm
F = ((R*T)/(Vm-b))-((a*alpha)/(Vm^2+2*b*Vm-b^2))-p == 0;
Vmzero= double(solve(F));
Vmzero = Vmzero(abs(imag(Vmzero))<eps);
n = V./Vmzero

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