Dry saturated steam - thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering

Dry Saturated Steam - thermodynamics:

A dry saturated steam is single phase medium. It does not have any water particle. It can be obtained on complete evaporation of water at certain saturation temperature. The saturation of temperature is different for different pressures. It means that if water which is to be evaporated is at higher pressure evaporates at the higher temperature. As an illustration, saturation temperatures at different pressures are given below for aready reference.

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