Notes%2009.20.10b - Meeting 7Section 3-5 1 P Critical Point...

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1 Meeting 7—Section 3-5
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2 P v Superheated Region Saturation Region Subcooled Region Critical Point Sat. Vapor Line Sat. Liquid Line
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4 Saturation temperature Temperature at which a phase change takes place at a given pressure.
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5 Saturation pressure Pressure at which a phase change takes place at a given temperature.
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6 TEAMPLAY Discuss what happens when water boils on the stove at your residence. Start with a pan of water at 70 ° F, 1 atm pressure. Q Continued on next slide.
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7 Saturation properties Along the saturated liquid line, properties are identified by the subscript “f” Along the saturated vapor line, properties are identified by the subscript “g” Both sets of properties can be found in the temperature and pressure tables in your book’s appendices. Both tables give the same data. There are different tables for different substances. From now on, bring your book to every class.
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8 Temperature table (also known as a saturation table) Table A-4
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9 Pressure table (also known as a saturation table) Table A-5
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