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(Solved) Read all instructions before beginning your work. COMP1200- MATLAB - Assign 03 Due 11:59 pm - Friday - February 10, 2017 Submit assign03.m via Canvas...


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before beginning your work. COMP1200- MATLAB - Assign 03
Due 11:59 pm – Friday – February 10, 2017
Submit assign03.m via Canvas Substance a (L2 atm/mol2) b (L/mol) He 0.0341 0.0237 H2 0.244 0.0266 O2 1.36 0.0318 H2O 5.46 0.0305 CCl4 20.4 0.1383 NOTE:
Your submitted file(s) MUST be
spelled and cased as instructed. Problem:
In 1873, Johannes Diderik van der Waals proposed a version of the ideal gas law that models the behavior of real gases over a
wide range of temperature and pressure than previous equations. The ideal gas law describes the relationships between pressure (p),
absolute temperature (T), volume (V) and the number of moles of gas (n). The additional symbol, R, represents the ideal-gas
constant. In this equation, the additional variables a and b represent values characteristic of individual gases.
The Ideal Gas Law is one of the Equations of State. Although the law describes the behavior of an ideal gas, the equation is
applicable to real gases under many conditions, so it is a useful equation to learn to use. PV = nRT
Instructions for all assign scripts:
See Standards for Documentation of MATLAB Programs on the Canvas Resources page.
Insert comments at the top and throughout each file.
o Include the follow comments at the beginning of this (and ALL) files.
% submitter’s name, GROUP #
Grade of ZERO for files with submitter name
not part of Canvas group. Not in a group? GROUP# is “none”.
% other group members’ names
For your own protection, type “none” if submitting alone.
% program file name, ex. assign02a.m ALL STUDENTS’ NAMES MUST MATCH NAMES ON CANVAS.
% due date of the assignment
% statement(s) about collaboration
Zero points for comments if no collaboration statement
% a short narrative about what the file does
o Use the algorithm given as comments throughout your program.
-5 points for absence of any of
Observe the instructor’s rule for naming variables.
these required comments at the
o Use ALL CAPS for constants variable names.
top at the top of each file.
o Start other variables with lower case.
o Use descriptive variable names.
If you do not submit individually, there
Use Sample Input/Output as a guide.
will be
Code clarity:
a 5 POINTS PENALTY for not joining a
o Indent blocks as needed. Use Smart Indent.
group on Canvas.
o Divide your solution program code into sections as noted in the algorithm.
Groups can be 2-4 students.
Use blank lines as needed to group statements.
DO NOT join a group unless you have
worked with the other members. If you do,
o Use section comments as well as the algorithm step comments.
you will be removed from the group and
Use comments to show units.
given the grade of zero.
Use clc, clear all to clear previous run output.
Use the CONSTANT and variable names; not numbers.
No extra output use, i.e. use semicolons COMP1200m – 2017sp – assign03 – p. 1 of 3 Program: assign03.m
Calculate the pressure exerted by 2 mol of water vapor (steam) in a 1 L container at 2000 F using the Van der Waals’ equation
and the Ideal Gas Law equation. What is the difference between the non-ideal and ideal gases?
temperature
moles, n
volume, V
ideal gas constant, R 2000 F
2 mol
1L
0.08314472 L atm/K mol Save gasValues.txt in the folder where you save your assign03.m. load() will look in the current directory for the
data file. You may want to save one of your assign02 files as assign03.m and edit it.
Write a MATLAB program that
(1) reads the a (1st column) and b (2nd column) values from a text file, gasValues.txt, using load(). You do not know how
many gasses are in the file, i.e. you do not know how many rows are in the matrix.
(2) computes the results of Van der Waals’ equation (3rd), the Ideal Gas Law equation (4th), and the difference between them (last)
(3) add results as columns to the gasValues matrix
(4) sort the gasValues matrix descending order by the Waals pressure column.
(5) refer to the output below for the number of decimal places needed line spacing.
Problem Constants: (with units)
R
0.08314472 % ideal gas constant in L atm/K mol
Problem Inputs: (with units)
temperature
% Fahrenheit
moles
% mol
volume
% L
a
% L2atm/mol2
b
% L/mol New commands:
load()
colon notation
./
location of a matrix value, indexing
colon notation for a column
size()
sortrows(), descending
format()
short, bank, loose
use disp not fprintf Problem Outputs: (with units)
Waals pressure
% atmosphere
ideal pressure
% atmosphere
difference as a positive value
Other variables: (with units)
absolute temp
% Kelvin
gas value matrix
sorted gas value matrix
number of rows
Equations:
See above.
C = (F-32) / 1.8
K = C + 273.15 Think about.
How do you build this column?
How do you know how many
numbers to put in it?
Hint: size() Output: Input file: original gasValues matrix
0.0341
0.0237 238.4021
0.2440
0.0266 239.0237
1.3600
0.0318 237.2253
5.4600
0.0305 220.1533
20.4000
0.1383 232.5163 227.2317
227.2317
227.2317
227.2317
227.2317 11.1703
11.7920
9.9935
7.0784
5.2846 a and b values for all gases
He
H2
O2
0.0341
0.2440
1.3600 H2O
5.4600 CCI4
20.4000 0.0305 0.1383 0.0237 0.0266 0.0318 The pressure (atm) using Van der Waals equation:
238.40
239.02
237.23 220.15 232.52
COMP1200m – 2017sp – assign03 – p. 2 of 3 The pressure (atm) using Ideal Gas Law:
227.23
227.23
227.23 227.23 227.23 Difference between Waals and ideal pressure values (atm)
11.17
11.79
9.99
7.08 5.28 gasValues sorted by Waals pressure:
0.2440
0.0266 239.0237 227.2317
0.0341
0.0237 238.4021 227.2317
1.3600
0.0318 237.2253 227.2317
20.4000
0.1383 232.5163 227.2317
5.4600
0.0305 220.1533 227.2317 11.7920
11.1703
9.9935
5.2846
7.0784 Information about the last gas in the sorted matrix
a
b
non-ideal ideal
difference
5.4600
0.0305 220.1533 227.2317
7.0784 Algorithm: Last row. You do not know the row number.
DO NOT use “end”. See “size()”. Type the following algorithm as comments in the editor window.
Use the comments as a guide to type the MATLAB statements. clc, clear all
%*****CONSTANT*****
%*****INPUT*****
% Get inputs Get input variables as given in instructions
% Read a and b values from gasValues.txt text file into matrix gasValues
%*****COMPUTE*****
% Convert F temp tp absolute temp K
% Compute Van der Waals pressure
% Store values in the 3rd column of gasValues matrix
% Compute ideal pressure
% Store values in the 4rd column of gasValues matrix
% Compute the difference between Waals pressure and ideal pressure
% Store values in the 5th column of gasValues matrix
% Sort matrix by Waals column in descending order
%*****OUTPUT*****
% Display original gasValues matrix
% Display a and b horizontally under the names of the gases.
% Display Waals pressure values
% Display ideal pressure values
% Compute the difference between Waals pressure and ideal pressure
% Display matrix sorted by Waals pressure column, descending order
% Display the information about the last gas in the sorted matrix Submit via Canvas:
assign03.m MATLAB program file NOTE:
Your submitted file(s) MUST be
spelled and cased as instructed. COMP1200m – 2017sp – assign03 – p. 3 of 3

 


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