Critical temperature and pressure for steam is
The critical temperature of steam is defined as the temperature above which it is impossible to liquefy the steam by pressure alone.
Which of the following is the fluid whose properties in all its three phases are made use in thermodynamics?
Which of the following aspect is not true pertaining to latent heat?
Rankine cycle is a
Rankine cycle efficiency of a good steam powerplant is in the range of
The overall efficiency of thermal power plant is equal to
Internal irreversibility of Rankine cycle is caused by following except
Option (b) is the cause for external irreversibility of Rankine cycle.
Which of the following component is not subjected to high-pressure high-temperature steam?
The maximum temperature and pressure is subjected in superheaters, valves, pipelines, inlet stages of turbine etc. in condenser due to flow of water, temperature is considerably less.
select the FALSE statement:
Steam power plant in cold region is more efficient.
Thermal efficiency of steam power plant is maximum at boiler pressure of
It has been observed that by increasing the boiler pressure (other factors remaining same) the cycle tends to rise and reaches a maximum value at a boiler pressure of about 166 bar.