Determine the final pressure and steam condenses, Chemistry

A 15 m3 tank contains steam at 10 bar and 300o C. The system is then cooled until the temperature reaches 150o C . Some of the steam condenses.

a) How much heat was transferred from the tank?

b) What is the final pressure?

c) How much water is condensed (in kg)?

 

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