I'm trying to look up the specific enthalpy (h) at 4.8Mpa and 40 degrees celcius for water vapor/steam. It should be a saturated liquid.
The Attempt at a Solution
I know the specific enthalpy should be ~171.78KJ/Kg but I can't for the life of me figure out how the text book example comes up with that.
The value of specific enthalpy for a saturated liquid at 40ºC is 167.54KJ/Kg, obviously not quite right.. Any assistance would be great, probably a quick easy answer of something I'm missing / don't know.