Solution Library

Calculate Heat To Be Added To Mixer To Produce Steam Of 10 Bar

Question

A turbine discharges 200 kg/h of saturated steam at 10.0 bar absolute. It is desired to generate steam at 250°C and 10.0 bar by mixing the turbine discharge with a second stream of superheated steam at 300°C and 10.0 bar.

(a) If 300 kg/h of the product steam is to be generated, how much heat must be added to the mixer.

(b) If instead the mixing is carried out adiabatically, at what rate is the product steam generated?

Summary

The question belongs to Chemical Engineering and it discusses about calculation of generating steam at 250C and 10 bar by mixing turbine discharge with second stream of superheated steam.

Total Word Count NA

Download Full Solution

Comments

  • HWA
    Rasha

    this is a very good website

  • HWA
    maani

    I have 50 questions for the same test your page is showing only 28

  • HWA
    joeanne

    hi can you please help or guide me to answer my assignments. thanks

  • HWA
    joeanne

    hi can anyone help or guide me to my assignments. thanks

  • HWA
    Monik


  • HWA
    Cristina

    This solution is perfect ...thanks

  • HWA
    Janete

    Hello Allison,I love the 2nd image that you did! I also, had never heard of SumoPaint, is something that I will have to exolpre a bit! I understand completely the 52 (or so) youtube videos that you probably watched. Sometimes they have what you want, sometimes they don't! However, it is always satisfying when you are able to produce something that you have taught yourself. Great job!Debra 0 likes

  • HWA
    Sandeep

    Perfect bank of solution. 

  • HWA
    Oxana

    great !

  • HWA
    Paul Brandon-Fritzius

    thanks for the quick response. the solution looks good. :)

  • HWA
    tina Johnson

    thnx for the answer. it was perfect. just the way i wanted it. 

  • HWA
    Giuseppe

    works fine.