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At what temperature does the liquid start to flow out of the condenser?

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  • 解數雜貨店
    2020-08-29 16:11:40
    I assumed the liquid is water. At 0°C, ice starts to tranform into water.
  • 解數雜貨店
    2020-08-29 16:11:47
    I assumed the liquid is water. At 0°C, ice starts to tranform into water.
  • leung_po_chuen
    2020-08-29 19:04:39
    A condenser is designed to transfer heat from a working fluid (e.g. water in a steam power plant) to a secondary fluid or the surrounding air. The condenser relies on the efficient heat transfer that occurs during phase changes, in this case during the condensation of a vapor into a liquid. The vapor typically enters the condenser at a temperature above that of the secondary fluid. As the vapor cools, it reaches the saturation temperature, condenses into liquid and releases large quantities of latent heat. As this process occurs along the condenser, the quantity of vapor decreases and the quantity of liquid increases; at the outlet of the condenser, only liquid remains. Some condenser designs contain an additional length to subcool this condensed liquid below the saturation temperature You may find it from the wiki. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Condenser_(heat_transfer)
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