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# Thermo 101

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 kipp (Structural) 19 Jan 01 14:29
 Situation: Injecting steam through a 1 1/2" header system with nozzles.Knowns: steam is used at 110 psi and 280 deg F and a total of 4000 lbs of water are used per dayQuestion: How are the nozzles sized to accomodate these parameters? Nozzles are typically rated at at lbs/hr at a given pressure.Also if looking in steam tables at the respective pressure and Temperature the specific volume (sat. liq.)is given as .01782 ft3/lb and the (sat.vap.) is given as 4.049 ft3/lb is this steam volume approximately = to 26 ft3? I would appreciate any help.
 way (Mechanical) 19 Jan 01 16:07

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