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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Tutorial 1 – Solution Steam Power Plant Winardi Sani

State 3 : p 3 = 3 MPa. t 3 = 350 o C. Condenser pressure of p 4 = 75 kPa. a) Sketch this cycle in ph diagram and read the value of each state variable: 2 boiler
q in
3
h1 h2
h4
h3  pump

w p

turbine

w out

1 q out

condenser

4    h 1 = 350 kJ/kg;

h 3 = 3150 kJ/kg;

h 2 = 390 kJ/kg;

h 4 = 2400 kJ/kg

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b) Determine the thermal efﬁciency of this cycle.

η th =

|w t | − |w p |

|q in |  The 1. law of T/D applied on the pump 1 to 2 :

h 2 h 1 = w p

(isentropic, no kin. and pot. energy)  The 1. law of T/D applied on the turbine 3 to 4 :

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 h 4 − h 3 = −w t (isentropic, no kin. and pot. energy, work released)(5) | − w t | = |w t | = |h 4 − h 3 | = |h 3 − h 4 | (6)  The 1. law of T/D applied on the boiler 2 to 3 : h 3 − h 2 = q in (no work, no kin. and pot. energy) (7)  The 1. law of T/D applied on the condenser 4 to 1 : h 1 − h 4 = −q out (no work, no kin. and pot. energy, heat is rejected) (8)

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Jabatan Kejuruteraan Loji dan Automotif Fakulti Kejuruteraan Mekanikal dan Pembuatan Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia Substitute equations (4) – (7) into equation (3) yields:

η th =

|h 3 h 4 | − |h 2 h 1 |

|h 3 h 2 |

|3150 2400| − |390 350|

=

|3150 390|

750 40

710

=

= 0.257

= 25.7%

2760 = 2760

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c) Compare your result with the thermal efﬁciency of the Carnot cycle. Carnot cycle operates between two isothermal processes, T L (condenser temperature) and T H (boiler temperature) with efﬁciency: .

η th =

1 T L

T H

85 + 273.15

=

1

350 + 273.15 1 358.15 623.15 = 0.425

=

= 42.5%

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η th,Carnot > η th,Rankine

You may compare the results using the data taken from the steam table (see thermodynamics book by Cengel). Hereby you must calculate the dryness fac- tor x to determine the state properties (h 4 for example) at point 4 with formula:

x = s 3 s 4f

(14) s 4fg

p-h diagram is a convenient tool for energy analysis in Rankine cycle.

State 3 : p 3 = 8 MPa, saturated vapor, =t 3 = 300 o C (read p-h diagram). Con- denser pressure of p 4 = 8 kPa, saturated liquid and turbine power delivered at ˙

W t = 100 MW.

a) The thermal efﬁciency

η th =

|w t | − |w p |

|q in |

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The same procedures in the previous solution are applied here to obtain:

η th =

|h 4 h 3 | − |h 2 h 1 |

|h 3 h 2 |

|1750 2725| − |200 180|

=

|2725 200|

975 20

=

=

= 37.8%

2525

0.378

955

= 2525

2

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043  2
boiler
3
q in
w out
w p
100 MW
condenser
1
4
q out
h1
h2
h4
h3
turbine
pump

b) The back work ratio(bwr, pump work divided by turbine work)

bwr

=

=

=

=

|w p |

|w t |

|h 2 h 1 |

|h 4 h 3 |

|200 180|

|1750 2725|

20

975 = 2%

c) The mass ﬂow rate of the steam in kg/hr

˙

W t

=m˙

=m˙

=

= m˙ (h 3 h 4 )

m˙ w t

˙

W t

=

h 3 h 4 100 MW

= 975 kJ/kg =

=

=

10

5 kJ/s

975 kJ/kg = 102.6 kg/s

102.6 kg/s 3600 1 hr s

3.7 10 5 kg/hr

3

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Jabatan Kejuruteraan Loji dan Automotif Fakulti Kejuruteraan Mekanikal dan Pembuatan Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia ˙

d) The rate of heat transfer, Q into the working ﬂuid as it passes through the

boiler

˙

Q in =

=

=

=

=

 m˙ ∗ q in (27) m˙ (h 3 − h 2 ) (28) 3.7 ∗ 10 5 kg/hr ∗ (2725 − 200) kJ/kg 934, 250 kJ/hr = 934, 250 kJ hr 1 hr ∗ 3600 s 259, 514 kW = 259.5 MW (29)

e) The mass ﬂow rate of the condenser cooling water in kg/hr if cooling water enters the condenser at 25 o C and exists at 40 o C.

˙

Q out

=

=

= 3.7 10 5 kg/hr (1750 180) kJ/kg

m˙ q out m˙ (h 4 h 1 ) 1 hr
=
580, 900 kJ/hr = 580, 900 kJ hr
3600 s
= 161.4 MW
4
1
.
m
.
cooling water
.
Q cw
Q out
o
25 o C
in
40
C
out
cooling water

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Energy balance (1. law of T/D) applied on the condenser system:

E

t

system

0

m˙ cw

=

m˙ cw (h cw,in h cw,out ) + m˙ (h 4 h 1 )

= m˙ cw (h cw,in h cw,out ) + m˙ (h 4 h 1 )

m˙ (h 4 h 1 )

=

h cw,out h cw,in

=

˙

Q

out

h cw,out h cw,in

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The enthalpy values of saturated liquid at 25 o C and 40 o C from the satu- rated water table: h t=25 o C = 104.88 kJ/kg, and h t=40 o C = 167.57 kJ/kg.

m˙ cw

=m˙ cw

=

=

161.4 MW

(167.57

104.88)kJ/kg = 2, 575 kg/s

9.3 10 6 kg/hr

4

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 With η t = η p = 85%, determine for the modiﬁed cycle: 2s
2
boiler
3
q in
100 MW
w t
w p
condenser
1
4s
q out
4
h2s
h2
h1
h4s
h4
h3
w t
w p
w p,s
w t,s
not scaled
isentropic
isentropic
pump

a) The thermal efﬁciency:

Turbine

Pump

η p

=w p

=

=

=

=

=

η th =

η t

|w t | − |w p |

=

|q in |

w t

w t,s

=w t = η t w t,s

w p,s

w p

w p,s

η p

1

η p

|h 2s h 1 |

1

0.85 ∗ |200 180| kJ/kg

23.5 kJ/kg;

greater than w p,s = 20 kJ/kg

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Jabatan Kejuruteraan Loji dan Automotif Fakulti Kejuruteraan Mekanikal dan Pembuatan Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia Substitute the equations (43) and (41) into the equation (39) yields:

η th =

=

|η t w t,s | − | w p,s |

η p

|q in |

η t ∗ |h 4s h 3 | −

1 p ∗ |h 2s h 1 |

η

q in

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From the previous question we have calculated:

|h 4s h 3 | = |1750 2725| kJ/kg = 975 kJ/kg

|h 2s h 1 |

=

|200 180| kJ/kg = 20 kJ/kg

q in

=

h 3 h 2

and

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The value of h 3 remains constant, but h 2 changes!. h 2 must be calcu- lated using the the value of w p .

 h 2 = w p + h 1 (50) = (23.5 + 180) kJ/kg = 203.5 kJ/kg (51) =⇒ q in = (2725 − 203.5) kJ/kg =⇒ q in = 2, 521.5 kJ/kg (52)

All the data necessary has been prepared to solve the new efﬁciency in equation (48):

0.85 975

1

0.85 20

η th =

2, 521.5

= 0.319

= 31.9%

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The new efﬁciency must be lower compared to the ideal, isentropic case (37.8%).

b) The back work ratio (pump work divided by turbine work)

bwr

=

=

=

=

=

|w p |

|w t |

w

p,s

1

η

p

η t w t,s

w p,s

t,s

w

1

η t η p

1

bwr s

η t η p

20

1

975

0.85 0.85

= 2.8%

It means, more investment compared to the isentropic process.

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 c) The mass ﬂow rate of the steam in kg/hr. Energy balance applied on the steam power plant. (E= energy in energy out) per unit time.

m˙

0

w t w p

= q in q out + w p w t

=

q in q out

(w t w p ) = m˙ (q in q out )

˙

W cycle

=m˙

=

=

m˙ (h 3 h 2 ) (h 4 h 1 )

˙

W cycle

(h 3 h 2 ) (h 4 h 1 )

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 State property value [kJ/kg] h 1 180 h 2 203.5 h 3 2725 h 4 ?

To obtain the value of h 4 , we can apply the 1. law of T/D on the turbine, from state 3 to 4 :

(55)  h 4

=

h 3 w t

= h

= h 3 η t (h 4,s h 3 )

= (2725 0.85 975) kJ/kg

=

3 η t w t,s

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Because of irreversibilities inside the turbine, h 4 > h 4s = 1750 kJ/kg. With

h 4

1896.5 kJ/kg

˙

W cycle = 100 MW, the mass ﬂow rate is then:

 m˙ = 100 MW (2725 − 203.5) − (1896.5 − 180) kJ/kg = 100, 000 kW 2521.5 − 1716.5 kJ/kg = 100, 000 J/s 805 J/kg = 124.223 kg s =⇒ m˙ = 4.47 ∗ 10 5 kg hr (57)

˙

d) The rate of heat transfer, Q into the working ﬂuid as it passes through the

boiler

˙

Q

˙

in

=Q in

 = m˙ ∗ q in (58) = m˙ (h 3 − h 2 ) (59) = 124.223 kg/s ∗ (2725 − 203.5) kJ/kg = 313.2 MW (60)

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Jabatan Kejuruteraan Loji dan Automotif Fakulti Kejuruteraan Mekanikal dan Pembuatan Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia More heat addition must be provided to overcome losses compared to

˙

Q in,s in the previous isentropic case.

e) The mass ﬂow rate of the condenser cooling water in kg/hr if cooling water enters the condenser at 25 o C and exists at 40 o C.

˙

Q out

˙

=Q out

 = m˙ ∗ q out = m˙ (h 4 − h 1 ) = 124.223 kg ∗ (1896.5 − 180) kJ/kg s = 213.2 MW

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f) Discuss the effects on the steam power plant of the irreversibilities within the turbine and pump. The effects of irreversibilities within the turbine and the pump can be gauged by comparing the present values with their counterparts. The turbine work is less and the pump work greater than in the previous case. The thermal efﬁciency of the power plant is also less than in the ideal case. The mag- nitude of the heat transfer to the cooling water is greater than in the ideal case, consequently, so greater mass ﬂow rate of cooling water would be required. This conclusion is still valid eventhough the net power output in the last case is not 100 MW. It is true because the difference of the back work ratio in both the cases is very small.

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Steam is the working ﬂuid in an ideal Rankine cycle with superheat and reheat. Steam enters the ﬁrst-stage turbine at 8.00 MPa, 480 o C and expands to 0.8 MPa. It is then reheated to 440 o C before entering the second-stage turbine, where it expands to the condenser pressure of 10 kPa. The net power output is 100 MW. Determine:

• The cycle illustrated in p – h diagram: 3
2
boiler
superheat
q in,1
w
t,1
q in,2
5
4
reheat
w
p
w t,2
1
condenser
6
q out
h3
h1
h2
h6
h4
h5
HP turbine
LP turbine
pump

a) The thermal efﬁciency of the cycle

Net work output

η =

Heat input

w output w input

=

q input

η = |w 34 | + |w 56 | − |w 12 | |q 23 | + |q 45 |

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From the 1. law of T/D applied on a cyclic system:

energy in = energy out

q 23 + q 45 + w 12

= w 34 + w 56 q 61

w 34 + w 56 w 12 =

q 23 + q 45 q 61

replacing eq. (64) into eq. (62), yields

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η

= 1

|

|q 61 |q 45 |

|q 23 | +

(63)

(64)

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Jabatan Kejuruteraan Loji dan Automotif Fakulti Kejuruteraan Mekanikal dan Pembuatan Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia  E=3500
3
5
4
2
1
6
sv=0.005
sv=0.01
E=2500
E=2800
E=3000
E=3400 You can describe the Rankine cycle using p – h, T – s, or h – s diagram, or you can combine them to obtain more accuracy. Interpolation is often necessary if the location point does not lay on a constant line. To calculate the thermal efﬁciency of the steam power plant, you can use the previous

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 method with the data read directly on the diagrams illustrated above. An alternative solution is to use the data taken from the steam table. It will be shown following.

 State phase given steam table 3 superheated p 3 = 8.00 MPa, interpolation t 3 = 480 0 C 4 p 4 = 0.8 MPa 5 superheated t 5 = 440 0 C, interpolation p 5 = p 4 6 p 6 = 10 kPa 1 sat. liquid p 1 = p 6 v f = 0.001010 m 3 /kg, h f = 191.81 kJ/kg, s f = 0.6492 kJ/kg K 2 liquid

State change

Process

Meaning

 3-4 isentropic,work out 4-5 isobar,heat addition 5-6 isentropic,work out 6-1 isobar,heat rejection 1-2 isentropic, compression 2-3 isobar,heat addition

s 3 = s 4 , w t = w 34 p 4 = p 5 , q in = q 45 s 5 = s 6 , w t = w 56

p 6 = p 1 , q out = q 61 s 1 = s 2 , w out = w 12 p 2 = p 3 , q in = q 23 • Interpolation at state 3 , p 3 = 8 MPa

Number

Temperature

Enthalpy

Entropy

1

2

3

450

480

500

3273.3

h p3

3399.5

6.5579

s p3

6.7266

Linear interpolation to determine both the value of h 2 = h p3 and s 2 = s p3

h 3

h 1

t 3 t 1

=h 2

h 2

=h p3

s 2

s 2

=s p3

=

h

2

h 1

t 2 t 1

=

h 1 +

t

2

t 1

t 3 t 1

(h 3 h 1 )

3273.3 + 480 450 (3399.5 3273.3)

500 450

3349.02 kJ/kg

=

= 3273.3 + 75.72

=

=

=

=

6.5579 + 480 450

500

450 (6.7266 6.5579)

6.5579 + 0.10122

6.65912 kJ/kg K

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Jabatan Kejuruteraan Loji dan Automotif Fakulti Kejuruteraan Mekanikal dan Pembuatan Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia • State 4

, p 4 = 0.8 MPa

Since s p3 = 6.65912 kJ/kg < 6.6616 kJ/kg = s p4,v , so the state 4 is laid in the liquid+vapor region!.

x

=

=

=

s 4 s f

s fg

6.65912 2.0457

4.6160

0.9994

h 4

 = h f + x ∗ h fg = 720.87 + 0.9994 ∗ 2047.7 = 2, 767.3 kJ/kg • Interpolation at state 5 , p 5 = 0.8 MPa

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Number

Temperature

Enthalpy

Entropy

1

2

3

400

440

500

3267.7

h p5

3481.3

7.5735

s p5

7.8692

Linear interpolation to determine both the value of h 2 = h p3 and s 2 = s p3

h 3

h 1

t 3 t 1

=h 2

h 2

=h p5

s 2

s 2

=s p5

=

h

2

h 1

t 2 t 1

=

h 1 +

t

2

t 1

t 3 t 1

(h 3 h 1 )

3267.7 + 440 400 (3481.3 3267.7)

500 400

3, 353.14 kJ/kg

=

= 3267.7 + 85.44

=

=

=

=

7.5735 + 440 400

7.5735 + 0.11828

7.6918 kJ/kg K

450 (7.8692 7.5735)

500

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(75) • At state 6 , p 6 = 10 kPa, s 6 = s 5 = 7.6918 kJ/kg K. At pressure of 10 kPa, the entropy of the ﬂuid at saturated state is of s = 8.1488 kJ/kg K. So the state 6 must be must be in the liquid vapor region!. At p = 10 kPa.

s f [kJ/kg K]

s fg [kJ/kg K]

s g [kJ/kg K]

0.6492

7.4996

8.1488

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 x

=

s 6 s f

s fg

7.6918 0.6492

 = 7.4996 = 0.9391 At p = 10 kPa. h f [kJ/kg K] h fg [kJ/kg K] h g [kJ/kg K] 191.81 2392.1 2583.9 h 6 = h f + x ∗ h fg = 191.81 + 0.9391 ∗ 2392.1 =⇒ h 6 = 2, 438.2 kJ/kg • At state 2 : s 2 = s 1 = 0.6492 kJ/kg K

w 12

=

= 0.001010 m 3 /kg (8000 10) kPa

w p = v f (p 2 p 1 )

8.0699 m 3 kPa N/m 2

kg

Pa

=

= 8.0699 kJ/kg

h 2 = h 1 + w 12

=h 2

= 191.81 kJ/kg + 8.0699 kJ/kg

= 199.88 kJ/kg

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We have prepared all the values needed for efﬁciency:

q

q

61

23

=

=

=

=

=

=

η = 1

|q 61 |

|q 23 | + |q 45 |

h 1 h 6

(191.81 2, 438.2) kJ/kg

2, 246.39 kJ/kg

h 3 h 2

(3, 349.02 199.88) kJ/kg

3, 149.14 kJ/kg

(minus sign means heat rejection)

q 45 =

=

=

h 5 h 4

(3, 353.14 2, 767.3) kJ/kg

585.84 kJ/kg

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Jabatan Kejuruteraan Loji dan Automotif Fakulti Kejuruteraan Mekanikal dan Pembuatan Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia η = 1

2, 246.39

3, 149.14 + 585.84

η = 0.4 = 40%

b) The mass ﬂow rate of the steam in kg/hr

˙

(90)

c) The rate of heat transfer, Q out from the condensing steam as is passes through

the condenser, in MW.

d) Discuss the effects of reheat on the steam power plant

e) Repeat the analysis with including that the turbine and pump each have the isentropic efﬁciency of 85%.

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Consider a regenerative steam power plant with one open feedwater heater. Steam enters the turbine at 8.0 MPa, 480 o C and expands to 0.8 MPa, where some of the steam is extracted and diverted to the open feedwater heater op- erating at 0.8 MPa. The remaining steam expands through the second-stage turbine to the con- denser pressure of 10 kPa. This portion of the total ﬂow is condensed to saturated liquid, then pumped to the extraction pressure and introduced into the feedwa- ter heater at 0.8 MPa. The isentropic efﬁciency of each turbine is 85% and each pump operates isen- tropically. If the net power output of the cycle is 100 MW, determine:

a) The thermal efﬁciency Steam generator
3
HP
LP
4
y
(1 − y)
5
(1 − y)
2
1
Open
7
6
feedwater
heater
Pump 2
Pump 1
Turbines
Condenser E=3500
3
2
4
1
4s
7
5s
6
5
sv=0.005
sv=0.01
E=2500
E=2800
E=3000
E=3400

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Jabatan Kejuruteraan Loji dan Automotif Fakulti Kejuruteraan Mekanikal dan Pembuatan Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia The thermal efﬁciency of the cycle Net work output

η th =

Heat input

w output w input

=

q input

η th = |w t | − |w p | |q 23 |

(91) Fraction of the total ﬂow at state 4 by y. y = m˙ 4 /m˙ with the total mass m˙ = m˙ 4 + m˙ 5 . Total turbine work per unit of total mass is:

w t =

˙

W t

m˙

= (h 4 h 3 ) + (1 y)(h 5 h 4 )

(92)

The pump work per unit of total mass is:

w p =

˙

W p

m˙

= (h 2 h 1 ) + (1 y)(h 7 h 6 )

(93)

h 1 h 7

y =

h 4 h 7

(94) • Calculation of the properties at state 3 The speciﬁc enthalpy at state 3 is evaluated in the solution to the previ- ous question.

 =⇒ h 3 = 3349.02 kJ/kg (95) =⇒ s 3 = 6.65912 kJ/kg K (96) • Calculation of the properties at state 4 h 4 = h 3 − w t |w t | = η t ∗ |w t,s | = η t ∗ |h 4,s − h 3 | (97) At state 4s , p 4s = p 4 = 0.8 MPa s 3 = s 4s = 6.65912 kJ/kg < 6.6616 kJ/kg = s 4s,v , so the state 4s is laid in the liquid+vapor region!.

x

=

=

=

s 4s s f s

6.65912 2.0457

fg

4.6160

0.9994

(98)

(99)

h 4s

→ |w t,s |

 = h f + x ∗ h fg = 720.87 + 0.9994 ∗ 2047.7 = 2, 767.3 kJ/kg = |2, 767.3 − 3349.02| kJ/kg = 581.72 kJ/kg

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 The value of h 4 can be now calculated:

h 4

 = 3, 349.02 − 0.85 ∗ 581.72 = 2854.56 kJ/kg

With this enthalpy value at at the pressure of 0.8 MPa, the state 4 is su- perheated (h 4 > 2768.3 kJ/kg), see steam table. p 4 = 0.8 MPa

 Number Temp. Enthalpy Entropy 1 200 2839.8 6.8177

-

?

3 250

h 4

2950.4

s 4

7.0402

Linear interpolation is applied to determine s 4 :

h 3 h 1 s 3 s 1

=s 4

=s 4

=

=

=

=

h 4 h 1

s 4 s 1

s 1 +

h 4 h 1

h 3

h 1

(s 3

s 1 )

6.8177 + 2854.56 2839.8

2950.4 2839.8

6.8474 kJ/kg K

(7.0402 6.8177)

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(103) • Determination of the property at state 6 At this stage the ﬂuid is at saturated with the condenser pressure of p 6 = 10 kPa. The state properties are read at steam table:

 v f [m] 3 /kg h f [kJ/kg] s f [kJ/kg K] 0.001010 191.81 0.6492 • Calculation of the properties at state 7 , p 7 = 0.8 MPa.

h 7

w p1

=

=h 7

h

7

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

=

h 6 + w p1

v f (p 7 p 6 )

3

0.001010 m kg (800 10) kPa

0.7979 m 3 kPa N/m 2

kg

Pa

0.7979 kNm kg

0.7979 kJ kg

191.81 + 0.7979 kJ

192.61

kg

17

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Solution Tutorial 1/ ws BDA 3043 Jabatan Kejuruteraan Loji dan Automotif Fakulti Kejuruteraan Mekanikal dan Pembuatan Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia  • Determination of the property at state 1 At this stage the ﬂuid is at saturated with the open heater pressure of p 1 = 0.8 MPa. The state properties are read at steam table:

v f [m] 3 /kg

h f [kJ/kg]

s f [kJ/kg K]

 0.001115 720.87 2.0457 h 1 − h 7 y = h 4 − h 7 720.87 − 192.61 = 2854.56 − 192.61 =⇒ y = 0.20

• The fraction of the total ﬂow, y:

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