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(General Physics) an equation that equates the product of the pressure and the volume of one mole of a gas to the product of its thermodynamic temperature and the gas constant. The equation is exact for an ideal gas and is a good approximation for real gases at low pressures. Also called: ideal gas equation or ideal gas law
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The inhomogeneous modified Chaplygin gas equations have the following form:
If [beta] = 0, the system (1) becomes the homogeneous modified Chaplygin gas equations. In [13], Yang and Wang considered the formation of delta shock waves and the vacuum states in the solutions of the homogeneous isentropic Euler equations for modified Chaplygin gas when the pressure vanishes.
With the assumptions of constant pressure ,constant temperature and ideal gas working fluid the following equations can be obtained by ideal gas equations
Perfect gas equation is used to calculate the various volumes of stirling engine.
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Highly accurate real gas equations of state were used for all of the gaseous fluids considered (Klein, 2006).
Using extended gas analysis to [C.sub.9+], along with well-known gas equations of state, a field-mounted pipeline gas chromatograph can be a reliable and economical tool for tracking hydrocarbon dew point and giving advance warning of liquid formation.
Through the usage of extended gas analysis to [C.sub.9+], along with well-known gas equations of state (EOS), a field-mounted pipeline gas chromatograph can be a reliable and economical tool for tracking hydrocarbon dew point and giving advance warning of liquid formation.
The income and price elasticities have t-statistics greater than 2.00 in both the electricity and natural gas equations.
Microprocessors allow the manufacturer to calibrate the device with nitrogen and apply it to any gas by merely downloading the appropriate gas equation into the device memory.
The ability to load any gas equation into the digital device is ideal for multiple gas applications and reduces stocking requirements.