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saturated steam? Question
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Posted by: msnyder

12/14/2004, 18:19:56

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Howdy, Could someone please tel me... I have saturated steam incoming to my system and downstream i am getting cooler temperatures than I should from saturated steam at my pressure. We have condensate in our lines that is cooling by evaporation, most likely, but how do you classify that "less than saturated" steam? Is there an opposite of superheated? is this "supersaturated?" Thanks! M

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Posted by: zekeman0

12/15/2004, 22:24:32

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Explain the system in some detail. Is it a continuous flowing system or does the steam push the fluid into a closed system? It makes a difference.

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