Applying the First Law to Reacting Systems
The energy required to vaporize the working fluid passing through the boiler of a simple vapor power plant is provided by the complete combustion of methane with 110% of theoretical air. The fuel and air enter in separate streams at 25°C, 1 atm. Products of combustion exit the stack at 150°C, 1 atm. Plot the mass flow rate of fuel required, in kg/h per MW of power developed by the plant versus the plant thermal efficiency, η. Consider η in the range 30-40%. Kinetic and potential energy effects are negligible.
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