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# A flow of nitrogen, 0.1 kg/s, comes out of a compressor

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Problem 168HP

Problem 168HP

A flow of nitrogen, 0.1 kg/s, comes out of a compressor stage at 500 kPa, 500 K and is now cooled to 310 K in a counterflowing intercooler by liquid water at 125 kPa, 15° C that leaves at 22° C. Find the flow rate of water and the total rate of entropy generation.

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