Nozzle and turbine - thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering

Nozzle:

The pressure energy gets converted in to kinetic energy

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Mass flow rate 

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Turbine: It is used to generate work. 

The work is done by system because of decrease in enthalpy 

 

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The work is done by system because of decrease in enthalpy.

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