Steam is generated in a boiler of a cogeneration plant at 10 mpa and 450°c at a steady rate of 5 kg/s. in normal operation, steam expands in a turbine to a pressure of 0.5 mpa and is then routed to the process heater, where it supplies the process heat. steam leaves the process heater as a saturated liquid and is pumped to the boiler pressure. in this mode, no steam passes through a condenser, which operates at 20 kpa. (a) determine the power produced in the turbine and the rate at which process heat is supplied in this mode. (b) determine the power produced in the turbine and the rate of process heat supplied if only 60 percent of the steam is routed to the process heater and the remainder is expanded to the condenser pressure. (3.32 mw; 9.69 mw; 4.25 mw; 5.82 mw)
firearm identification is the process of analyzing the bullets and cartridge cases left at a crime scene to determine if they came from a particular firearm. marks on the bullets and cartridges may be common to every firearm of that type. these are called class characteristics.
i think it would be 5
i already answered it by 34/s
0 = 0.40 / 0 = 0
= 0.20 = 9.80 ⁄2 =?
=0 , = = 0.20 =0.50 0 0.40 ⁄
=0−122 =0−12(9.80 ⁄2)(0.50)2 =1.2