**What is the temperature of a 27.6 barg 400 psig of steam?**

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## What temperature is 150 psig steam?

Gauge Pressure (psig) | Temperature (oF) | Enthalpy |
---|---|---|

Saturated Vapor (Btu/lb) | ||

145 | 363 | 1195 |

150 | 366 | 1196 |

155 | 368 | 1196 |

## What temperature is 60 psig steam?

307 degrees F

If you know that you need a temperature of 307 degrees F, the table tells you that you need to pressurize the system to 60 psig.

**What is the temperature of a 27.6 barg 400 psig of steam?**

The gauge temperature of a CT7/H7 assembly can be estimated knowing the CT7/H7 material, the saturated steam condition and the ambient air temperature. Example: assume a CS CT7/H7 with 400 psig (27.6 barg) 448°F (231°C) saturated steam and 80° (27°C) ambient air.

**What is saturated steam table?**

Saturated Steam Tables The data found in a saturated steam table always refers to steam at a particular saturation point, also known as the boiling point. This is the point where water (liquid) and steam (gas) can coexist at the same temperature and pressure.

### How do you calculate saturation temperature of a steam?

You can calculate the saturation temperature with the following steps or use the simpler alternative outlined after. –Step 1: Measure the system’s temperature in degrees Celsius. Convert it to Kelvin by adding 273 degrees. –Step 2: Use the Clausius-Clapeyron equation to calculate the saturation pressure.

### How do you calculate saturation temperature?

So, if you are able to determine the pressure at any of these points (evaporator, condenser, or receiver), you can easily determine the “saturation” temperature by finding the measured pressure on the P-T card and reading the corresponding temperature.

**How do you calculate saturated steam temperature?**

**What is saturated steam pressure?**

Saturated steam is pure steam in direct contact with the liquid water from which it was generated and at a temperature of water at the existing pressure. For example, saturated steam at 50 PSIG has a temperature of 298°F.

## How do I calculate saturation pressure?

Take the temperature of the system for which you want to determine saturation pressure. Record the temperature in degrees Celsius. Add 273 to the degrees Celsius to convert the temperature to Kelvins. Calculate saturation pressure using the Clausius-Clapeyron equation.

## How do you find the pressure of a saturated mixture?

Calculate v (= vavg) = V/m = 1.0 m3/0.05 kg = 20 m3/kg. Since vf < vavg < vg the phase is saturated liquid-vapor mixture. Since this is a saturated state: P = P sat@25C = 3.169 kPa. Finally, x = (vavg – vf)/(vg – vf) = (20 – 0.001003)/(43.36 – 0.001003) = 0.461 = 46.1%

**What is the saturation pressure in KPa If the temperature of the water is 20 degree Celsius?**

2.34 KPa

And at 20 deg C water will have 2.34 KPa as vapour pressure. So its correct to say water as saturated or subcooled liquid at 20 deg C with 2.34Kpa applied pressure condition.