hw06 - ENGRI 1290 HW06 Due Problem 1 h = u pv 1 v= Using...

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ENGRI 1290 HW06 Due 11/01/2010
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Problem # 1 Using the tables given and the mass of water found below, get the appropriate values for water. 1. h g for saturated vapor at p=1.5 kPa 2. v g for saturated vapor at T=85 ° C 3. p for saturated vapor at T=135 ° C 4. v for superheated steam at T=300 ° C and p=2.5 MPa 5. H for superheated steam at T=150 ° C and p=400kPa 6. h f for compressed liquid at T=60 ° C 7. V for superheated steam at T=300 ° C and p=2.5 MPa =+ hup v = ρ 1 v
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Problem # 1 (continued) The mass of water is 2.5 kg.
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Problem # 2 1. Find the water enthalpy flow rate at the turbine input. 2. Find the water volume flow rate at the turbine input. 3. Find the water enthalpy flow rate at the turbine output. 4. Find the water volume flow rate at the turbine output. 5. What is the turbine power? Steam enters a thermally insulated turbine at a pressure of 3MPa and 400ºC. The steam exits from the turbine at 50 kPa and 150ºC. In this problem, we will ignore the water velocity and the difference in height of the input and output.
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course ENGRI 1290 taught by Professor Gourdain during the Fall '10 term at Cornell.

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hw06 - ENGRI 1290 HW06 Due Problem 1 h = u pv 1 v= Using...

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