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<ol><li><strong>A tank (volume = 1.00 m3) initially contains steam at 6.0 MPa, 320C. Steam is

with- drawn slowly from the tank and the pressure drops to "<em>p</em>." Heat transfer is applied such that the temperature of the steam remains constant at 320C. You may neglect changes in kinetic and potential energies. To facilitate a solution, you may assume average values for the heat transfer rate, the mass flow rate out, and the exit enthalpy.</strong></li><li>For <strong><em>p </em>= 1.5 MPa, determine the heat transfer (kJ) for this process. Do not use EES</strong></li><li>for this portion.</li><li><strong>Determine and plot the heat transfer (kJ) for this process for <em>p </em>between 0.5 and</strong></li><li>6.0 MPa. Use EES for this portion and supply a print-out of your program.</li></ol>

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