# In a steam plant, 1 kg of water per second.. solved problem

#### In a steam plant, 1 kg of water per second, is supplied to the boiler. The enthalpy and velocity of water entering the boiler are 800 kJ/kg anti 5 m/s. The water receives 22oo kJ/kg of heat in the boiler at constant pressure. The steam after passing through the turbine comes out with a velocity of 50 m/s, and, its enthalpy is 2520 kJ/kg. The inlet is 4 m above the turbine exit. Assuming the heat losses from the boiler and the turbine to the surroundings are 20 kJ/s, calculate the power developed by the turbine. Consider the boiler and turbine as single system.

In a steam plant, 1 kg of water per second, is supplied to the boiler. The enthalpy and velocity of water entering the boiler are 800 kJ/kg anti 5 m/s. The water receives 22oo kJ/kg of heat in the boiler at constant pressure. The steam after passing through the turbine comes out with a velocity of 50 m/s, and, its enthalpy is 2520 kJ/kg. The inlet is 4 m above the turbine exit. Assuming the heat losses from the boiler and the turbine to the surroundings are 20 kJ/s, calculate the power developed by the turbine. Consider the boiler and turbine as single system.  In a steam plant, 1 kg of water per second.. solved problem