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Unformatted text preview: Week 12 - Lecture 34 Wednesday November 21, 2007 What is saturated liquid? What is saturated vapor? What is subcooled liquid? What is a superheated steam (or superheated vapor)? What is a saturated mixture? How can we determine the properties of a saturated mixture? When a system consists of a saturated mixture (two phases in equilibrium) the value of an extensive property is the sum of the properties of the phases as shown by the following equation: Additional Material L34.2 EXAMPLE: 2 kg of saturated water at 80°C is in a 0.5 m 3 closed rigid container. What are the pressure, quality and enthalpy of the mixture? Course evaluation – In class, with the secretary Additional Material L34.3 Next Assignment: A7 Wednesday November 23, 2005 Next Assignment: A7 Monday November 26, 2007...
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- Fall '08
- Thermodynamics, 2 kg, 80°C, superheated vapor