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Calculate the density of steam using following formula. p=pIT (1) Al Here. the molecular weight of steam is M. the pressure of the steam is p. the density of the steam is p. the universal gas constant...

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Calculate the density of steam using following formula. p=pIT (1) Al Here. the molecular weight of steam is M. the pressure of the steam is p. the density of the steam is p. the universal gas constant is R and the temperature of the steam is r.
Substitute 100 psia for p XXXXXXXXXXlb/lb-mole for R. 49,700ft • Ibf /slugmol - °R for R and 860°R for T.
9,700 ft .1bl /slugmol -°R 100psiaxl44 1 4=p( (860°R) psia 39.68 lb / lbw! P= 3.369 x10 44x32,2 ibm ft slug
= 0.01085Ibm
Therefore. the density of the steam is
XXXXXXXXXXlbm
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Robert answered on Dec 29 2021
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