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Compressibility factor using B(0) and B(1) of Pitzer correlations for second virial coefficient
Compressibility Factor=1+((Pitzer correlations coefficient B(0)*Reduced Pressure)/Reduced Temperature)+((Acentric factor*Pitzer correlations coefficient B(1)*Reduced Pressure)/Reduced Temperature) GO
Compressibility factor using Pitzer correlations for the compressibility factor
Compressibility Factor=Pitzer correlations coefficient Z(0)+Acentric factor*Pitzer correlations coefficient Z(1) GO
Compressibility factor when reduced second virial coefficient is given
Compressibility Factor=1+((Reduced second virial coefficient*Reduced Pressure)/Reduced Temperature) GO
Compressibility factor when the second virial coefficient is given
Compressibility Factor=1+((Second virial coefficient*Pressure)/([R]*Temperature)) GO

Compressibility Factor Formula

Compressibility Factor=Pressure*Specific Volume/([R]*Temperature)
z=P*SV/([R]*T)
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What is the Compressibility Factor?

The compressibility factor is the correction factor that describes the deviation of the real gas from the ideal gas. Ideally, its value is 1.

How to Calculate Compressibility Factor?

Compressibility Factor calculator uses Compressibility Factor=Pressure*Specific Volume/([R]*Temperature) to calculate the Compressibility Factor, The compressibility factor is the factor of correction that describes the deviation of the real gas from the ideal gas. Compressibility Factor and is denoted by z symbol.

How to calculate Compressibility Factor using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Compressibility Factor, enter Pressure (P), Specific Volume (SV) and Temperature (T) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Compressibility Factor calculation can be explained with given input values -> 11.31975 = 800*10/([R]*85).

FAQ

What is Compressibility Factor?
The compressibility factor is the factor of correction that describes the deviation of the real gas from the ideal gas and is represented as z=P*SV/([R]*T) or Compressibility Factor=Pressure*Specific Volume/([R]*Temperature). The pressure is defined as the physical force exerted on an object. It is symbolized by P, Specific Volume of the body is its volume per unit mass and Temperature is the degree or intensity of heat present in a substance or object.
How to calculate Compressibility Factor?
The compressibility factor is the factor of correction that describes the deviation of the real gas from the ideal gas is calculated using Compressibility Factor=Pressure*Specific Volume/([R]*Temperature). To calculate Compressibility Factor, you need Pressure (P), Specific Volume (SV) and Temperature (T). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Pressure, Specific Volume and Temperature and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Compressibility Factor?
In this formula, Compressibility Factor uses Pressure, Specific Volume and Temperature. We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Compressibility Factor=Pitzer correlations coefficient Z(0)+Acentric factor*Pitzer correlations coefficient Z(1)
  • Compressibility Factor=1+((Second virial coefficient*Pressure)/([R]*Temperature))
  • Compressibility Factor=1+((Reduced second virial coefficient*Reduced Pressure)/Reduced Temperature)
  • Compressibility Factor=1+((Pitzer correlations coefficient B(0)*Reduced Pressure)/Reduced Temperature)+((Acentric factor*Pitzer correlations coefficient B(1)*Reduced Pressure)/Reduced Temperature)
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