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Introduction The steady flow energy equation relates to open systems working under steady conditions i.e in which conditions do not change with
time.
q = heat transfer across boundary per unit mass Heater.. The steady flow equation as applied to a fluid heater..
Potential energy (z) assumed to be constant..
w = 0 therefore Turbine ..(Assumed Adiabetic Expansion)..The steady flow equation as applied to a turbine..
Potential energy (z) assumed to be constant..
Turbine Throttling ..(Assumed Adiabetic )...The steady flow equation as applied to a orifice..
Potential energy (z) assumed to be constant..
q = w = 0 therefore Nozzle..(Assumed Adiabetic )...The steady flow equation as applied to smooth nozzle..
Potential energy (z) assumed to be constant..

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