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Old Mar 19th 2016, 11:06 AM   #1
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Piston-Cylinder System

Hello everyone,
An amount of weight is added on the system and hold at the constant temperature (isothermal). It is observed that all of the water becomes saturated liquid. Then the system is heated until it makes contact with the piston stopper.
a) For all states, calculate the temperature, pressure and specific volume.
b) What is the weight of the mass added on the piston?
c) Show the state changes, saturated liquid and saturated vapor curve on the T-V and P-V diagrams.
Tnx..
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Old Mar 31st 2016, 01:37 AM   #2
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before adding the weight we are in saturation? if so what is x (m_g / M) ?
i think there's a missing data
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