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a turbine flows 10 kg / s superheated steam with the pressure 20
bar and temperatures 400 C. The steam is expanded in the turbine to
a pressure of 4 bar (superheated steam).

Calculate the turbine's internal power (shaft power) if the
isentropic efficiency is 80%.

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