## Description

Problem #1

Given the following properties, determine the remaining properties (i.e. pressure, temperature, specific volume and

quality, if applicable), for water. Indicate if the water is existing as a compressed/subcooled liquid, saturated liquid

water, saturated vapor or superheated steam. Additionally, using the Matlab Script titled “Pv and Tv curves.m”,

plot and label each item on both a P − ν and T − ν diagram. Note: interpolation may be required multiple times.

(a) T = 145 [◦C], ν =0.2 [m3/kg]

(b) T = 255 [◦C], P = 3,000 [kPa]

(c) T = 370 [◦C], P = 15,000 [kPa]

(d) T = 100 [◦C], ν = 16.8 [m3/kg]

(e) T = 200 [◦C], P = 5,000 [kPa]

(f) P = 760 [kPa], x=0.72

(g) P = 125 [kPa], T=20 [◦C]

(h) P = 1,300 [kPa], ν = 0.254 [m3/kg]

(i) P = 1,250 [kPa], T =63 [◦C]

(j) T = 100 [◦C], P = 101.3 [kPa]

(k) T = 180 [◦C], P = 2,000 [kPa]

(l) T = 160 [◦C], P = 400 [kPa]

(m) T = 400 [◦C], P = 200 [kPa]

(n) T = 133.5 [◦C], P = 300 [kPa]

(o) T = 100 [◦C], P =800 [kPa]

(p) P = 100 [kPa], ν = 1.500 [m3/kg]

(q) P = 100 [kPa], ν = 2.500 [m3/kg]

(r) P = 500 [kPa], ν = 0.001070 [m3/kg]

(s) T = 50 [◦C], ν = 5.0 [m3/kg]

(t) T = 150 [◦C], ν = 1.5 [m3/kg]

(u) T = 100 [◦C], ν = 0.001043 [m3/kg]

(v) T = 320 [◦C], P = 200 [kPa]

(w) T = 105 [◦C], P = 2,000 [kPa]

(x) T = 60 [◦C], P = 200 [kPa]

(y) Saturated liquid at 400 [kPa]

(z) Saturated vapor at 125 ◦C

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