Steam at 7 MPa, 600 C, with velocity of 80 m/s is supplied to a turbine. The actual outlet conditions are 50 kPa, 150 C, with velocity of 140 m/s. If the power output is to be 6 MW, then:
a) Determine the mass flow rate that will be required to provide the 6 MW of shaft power.
b) What percent of the shaft power is due to the KE change ?
c) Find the turbineA????1s efficiency.
d) Carefully sketch both isentropic and actual expansions on a single T-s diagram
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