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How To Calulate??.

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Log10(P)=A-(B/T)-C Log10(T)+DT+E(F-T)/FT*Log10(F-T)
Here A,B,C,D,E,F are all Constant Values. And I am having the value of P. Now I Need To Find Out The Value Of T. How To Solve This Problem and Can i get One Summerized Formula for to calulate the T.

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Hello,
If you are comfortable manipulating such an expression, I suspect your are also very able to scour the research litterature to find out if the unsung hero who has found a way to express the pressure in some non ideal fluid with 6 virial coefficients, has also provided a short and sweet way to solve for the temperature. (My guess).

To lift any ambiguity in the expression use extra parentheses in your last term:where does the denominator stop?

My suggestion is that you write a program to solve numerically for T or use some powerful software like Mathematica to obtain an analytical solution.

Good luck.



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