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A vessel contains 2 kg of water at 80 Ã‚ÂºC. Determine specific and total internal energy,specific and total enthalpy, and specific and total entropy. Consider different cases/states:I. P = Psat and x = 0II. P = Psat and x = 0.3III. P = Psat and x = 1Plot these states on the Pv diagram and label magnitudes. Refer property tables.Ã‚ÂÃ‚ÂExplain with clear writing and units and diagramÃ‚ÂAlso if you use tables and equation mention it with explanation
A vessel contains 2 kg of water at 80 Ã‚ÂºC. Determine specific and total internal energy,
specific and total enthalpy, and specific and total entropy. Consider different cases/states:
I. P = Psat and x = 0
II. P = Psat and x = 0.3
III. P = Psat and x = 1
Plot these states on the Pv diagram and label magnitudes. Refer property tables.
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Explain with clear writing and units and diagramÃ‚Â
Also if you use tables and equation mention it with explanation
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Subhash P
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... Given data water KYESON M=15kg T= 80Â°C...
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