thermodynamics,subcooled liquid


by engnr_arsalan
Tags: liquid, subcooled, thermodynamics
engnr_arsalan
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Aug21-13, 10:08 AM
P: 35
hi all,
i need to know what relation should i used for subcooled liquid, for example,a rigid tank is filled with water,as its temp is increased its pressure is increased.if i know the initial conditions and final temperature.how should i find out final pressure. i have seen in thermodynamic books but there is very less info about subcooled liquid.also property table is limited for high pressures only from 5Mpa to 30 Mpa.
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ThomasO
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Sep10-13, 02:02 AM
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Try considering that the heat added is equal to the increment on internal energy of the water. Which are the initial conditions, the final temperature and the amount of heat per unit mass or unit quantity of matter?


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