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Hi I was wondering if someone could help me with this question. Question 4 uploaded in picture.

Ok, so far this is what I have found

Pipe 1:

m1=2kg/s

P1=1000kpa

T1=100 C

h1=334.82kJ/kg

Pipe 2:

sat-liquid

T2=60 C

P2= 1000kpa

h2=291.36KJ/kg

Outlet:

sat vapor

P3=1000kpa

h3=267.97 kJ/kg

v3= 0.0202 m^3/kg

and I know that the mass in = mass out

so m1 + m2 = mout

My problem is that I don't know what to do with the velocity because I do not have area to use formula Vout=

Also I believe to solve the problem the formula m1*h1 + m2*h2 = m3*h3

but I have tried a variation of this and it did not work.

Ok, so far this is what I have found

Pipe 1:

m1=2kg/s

P1=1000kpa

T1=100 C

h1=334.82kJ/kg

Pipe 2:

sat-liquid

T2=60 C

P2= 1000kpa

h2=291.36KJ/kg

Outlet:

sat vapor

P3=1000kpa

**V**=20 m/sh3=267.97 kJ/kg

v3= 0.0202 m^3/kg

and I know that the mass in = mass out

so m1 + m2 = mout

My problem is that I don't know what to do with the velocity because I do not have area to use formula Vout=

**V**AAlso I believe to solve the problem the formula m1*h1 + m2*h2 = m3*h3

but I have tried a variation of this and it did not work.