Wet saturated steam - thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering

Wet saturated steam -  thermodynamics:

wet saturated steam Wet steam is a 2-phase mixture comprising of boiling water particles and dry steam in equilibrium state. Its formation begins when water is heated beyond its boiling point, thereby initiating evaporation. A wet steam exists in different proportions of water particles and dry steam. Accordingly, the qualities of it are also different. Quality of wet steam can be expressed in terms of dryness fraction which is explained below.

621_Wet saturated steam.png

Posted Date: 10/15/2012 6:01:57 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Wet saturated steam - thermodynamics, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Wet saturated steam - thermodynamics, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Wet saturated steam - thermodynamics Discussions

Write discussion on Wet saturated steam - thermodynamics
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Determine whether the following functions can be used as Airy stress functions, if so what kind of stress states they present    a) ? = 20y 3        b) ? = 3y 2 +4x 3 y c

crowning of pulley

Illustrate Newton's law of viscosity. Explain the importance of viscosity in fluid motion. Describe the effects of temperature on viscosity of water and that of air? Discuss hyd

a plano concave lens is used instead of plano convex lens in newtons ring

The extent of a hazardous area depends on the rate of release, ventilation conditions, and fluid properties and is defined by the relevant regional or country standards. The pot

(a) Explain a typical fuel feed system for a C.I engine, differentiate between air injection system and solid injection system. (b) Why Gasoline injection system has been adopte

Determine the maximum pressure applied inside the shell: A thin spherical shell of 1.5 m diameter is built by joining steel plates of 8 mm thickness by riveting. The efficienc


A piston-cylinder assembly fitted with a paddle wheel contains air, initially at p1=30 lbf/in2, T1=540 °F, and V1=4 ft3. The air undergoes a process to a final state where p2=20 lb

Q. Explain Machining allowance? Machining allowance or finish allowance indicates how much larger the rough casting should be over the finished casting to allow sufficient mat