Subcooled, Saturated and Superheated Examples

Use the saturation tables to determine the phase of a substance.

Indicate whether water at each of the following states water is subcooled, saturated, or superheated:

T = 20°C and v = 50 m3/kg

Subcooled | Saturated | Superheated

P = 600 kPa and u = 550 kJ/kg

Subcooled - Saturated - Superheated

P = 800 kPa and T = 250°C

Subcooled - Saturated - Superheated

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