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Hot steam at 100 °C enters to a condenser open to atmosphere and leaves the condenser hotwell at 40 °C. The coolant is seawater entering at 20 °C The total surface area of condensing surfaces is

Hot steam at 100 °C enters to a condenser open to atmosphere and leaves the condenser hotwell at 40 °C. The coolant is seawater entering at 20 °C. The total surface area of condensing surfaces is 4.0 m². If the steam enters at the rate of 360 kg/hr (0.1 kg/s), find: a. Heat transferred, b. Overall heat transfer coefficient, U For seawater, c = 4.010 kJ/kg K, for freshwater, c = 4.178 kJ/kg K, hig=2557 kJ/kg at 100 kPa.

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