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Combine two phase [liquid & vapor] enthalpy from kJ/kgmole to kJ/kg

Combine two phase [liquid & vapor] enthalpy from kJ/kgmole to kJ/kg

Combine two phase [liquid & vapor] enthalpy from kJ/kgmole to kJ/kg

(OP)
Hi,

I have received info from client and we are required to find the enthalpy for the mixed flow (2 phase flow; liquid and vapor). The difficult thing for me is to find the total enthalpy for the mixed flow in kJ/kg. Client has given the heat curve in two separate phase (liquid and vapor) and enthalpy in kJ/kgmole. So now I'm having problem to find the enthalpy in kJ/kgmole. How do I convert this into combined enthalpy in kJ/kgmole.

I would really appreciate if anyone here could help me figure out this one. Attached image is what I'm referring to.

RE: Combine two phase [liquid & vapor] enthalpy from kJ/kgmole to kJ/kg

not difficult, at specified conditions (for example 50.0 C 7.5 Bar.g) you know molar enthalpy, molar weight and mass fractions for both vapor and liquid phase...
if it is for a professional work in case of doubts better to ask an expert.

RE: Combine two phase [liquid & vapor] enthalpy from kJ/kgmole to kJ/kg

(OP)
Thank you

RE: Combine two phase [liquid & vapor] enthalpy from kJ/kgmole to kJ/kg

(OP)
I'm not sure why the other replies got deleted. Anyway I already found what I'm looking for which is the mass enthalpy but only for each phase, liquid and vapor enthalpies now it's time to merge them to find two-phase enthalpies

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