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A mixing chamber has 2 inlets, first, steam water enters at 12 bar and 1173.15 K , then, saturated liquid enters at 12 bar and 80 kg/min. The exit conditions are 12 bar and 120 kg/min. Obtain the mass flow rate (kg/s) at which steam water enters, the temperature at the exit (C°) and the quality of substance at the exit. Ignore the changes of kinetic and potencial energy.

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mixing chamber has 2 inlets, first, steam water enters at 12 bar
and 1173.15 K , then, saturated liquid enters at 12 bar and 80
kg/min. The exit conditions are 12 bar and 120 kg/min. Obtain the
mass flow rate (kg/s) at which steam water enters, the temperature
at the exit (C°) and the quality of substance at the exit. Ignore
the changes of kinetic and potencial energy.

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