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Problem 10126

Pressurized feedwater in a steam power plant is to be heated in an ideal open feedwater heater that operates at a pressure of 2 MPa with steam extracted from the turbine. If the enthalpy of feedwater is 252 kJ/kg and the enthalpy of extracted steam is 2810 kJ/kg, the mass fraction of steam extracted from the turbine is (a) 10 percent (b) 14 percent (c) 26 percent (d) 36 percent (e) 50 percent

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American Federal Government Week 10 Lecture (April 5), materials and lab *Data project assignment due April 22nd, prepare to work on this during lab* Interest Groups- an organization of people. goal: influencing public policy. methods: independent activism from membership, can be “pressure groups” or “advocacy groups,” seek to represent interests of particular issue or group of people majoritarian pluralism- type of interest group that seeks to represent the general public’s interests equally. biased pluralism- represents interest groups that tend to advocate interests of businesses and corporations over the general public. Iron triangle - relationship between interest groups, congressional committees and bureaucracies that facilitates working together for interests

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