# Determine the specific volume of water vapor at 20 MPa and

## Problem 11.6 Chapter 11

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Problem 11.6

Determine the specific volume of water vapor at 20 MPa and 4008C, in m3 /kg, using the (a) steam tables. (b) compressibility chart. (c) RedlichKwong equation. (d) van der Waals equation. (e) ideal gas equation of state.

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