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3. A vessel containing 50 liters of saturated steam at 150 °C is
cooled down to 25 °C. Using data from steam tables,
determine the final mass and volume of the liquid water in the
vessel. Calculate how much heat needs to be removed
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ll Verizon 99% 1:01 AM Done 3. A vessel containing 50 liters of saturated steam at 150 °C is cooled down to 25 °C. Using data from steam tables, determine the final mass and volume of the liquid water in the vessel. Calculate how much heat needs to be removed

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For initial conditions, use the steam table for saturated steam at T1 = 150°C. At this temperature,

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Now, calculate the mass of saturated steam as:

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Apply conservation of mass on t...

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