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Problem Set 15, PS4 due Wednesday June 23 In a reheat steam power cycle steam inters the high pressure turbine at 8 MPa and 500 C and leaves the high pressure turbine at 3 MPa. The steam is reheated at 3 MPa to 500 C and then expanded through the low pressure turbine to a prerssure of 20 kPa. The high and low pressure turbines have an efficiency of
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Unformatted text preview: 82% and the pump has an efficiency of 60 %. Determine in kJ/kg the turbine work output and the cycle thermal efficiency. Sketch a temperature-entropy diagram of the cycle. PS15-1 1 2 4 6 7 9 % 82 = η % 60 = 3 8 MPa 3 MPa 20 kPa PS15-1 500 C T 10...
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