## What is the temperature of steam at 10 psi?

Saturated Steam Temperatures

Pressure Temperature Temperature
(p.s.i) (°F) (°C)
10 239.4 115.2
15 249.8 121.0
20 258.8 126.0

What is the temperature of steam at 10 bar?

184.13
Steam Tables

Gauge Pressure (BAR) Temperature °C
9 179.97
9.5 182.1
10 184.13
10.5 186.05

### What is the temperature of steam at atmospheric pressure?

The temperature of the boiling water and saturated steam within the same system is the same, but the heat energy per unit mass is much greater in the steam. At atmospheric pressure the saturation temperature is 100°C.

How do you calculate steam temperature?

Latent Heat ( he ) = hg – hf = 2676 – 419 = 2257 KJ / Kg. Cp – Specific Heat of Steam at Constant Pressure, which can be considered as 1.860 KJ/Kg. °C, Ts – Temperature of super heated Steam, Tf – Saturation temperature i.e., 100°C….

1. Saturated Steam,
2. Dry Saturated Steam,
3. Super Heated Steam.

#### What temp is 70 psi steam?

Gauge Pressure (psig) Temperature (oF) Enthalpy
Saturated Vapor (Btu/lb)
65 312 1183
70 316 1184
75 320 1185

Can you have water vapor at 10 C?

Originally Answered: Is it possible water vapour at -10 degree celsius? Yes, you can have water vapor at sub-freezing temperatures. If you have ever noticed that ice cubes in the freezer are shrinking, this is because the ice is sublimating, that is, it is transitioning from a solid state to vapor.

## What is the temperature of 125 psi steam?

Gauge Pressure (psig) Temperature (oF) Enthalpy
Saturated Vapor (Btu/lb)
125 353 1193
130 356 1194
135 358 1194

What is the maximum pressure of steam?

Critical pressure of steam is 220.6 bar and critical temperature is 374 ºC. In a temperature – X diagram, this point is the maximum of the saturation bell. “Supercritical” means above of EITHER one of these values, that is, above the bell.

### What is the temperature of steam at 50 psi?

298°F.
For example, saturated steam at 50 PSIG has a temperature of 298°F.

What is the temperature of 15 psig steam?

Gauge Pressure (psig) Temperature (oF) Enthalpy
Saturated Liquid (Btu/lb)
20 (Inches Mercury Vacuum) 162 129
15 (Inches Mercury Vacuum) 179 147
10 (Inches Mercury Vacuum) 192 160

#### Can you have water Vapour at 0 C?

STP conditions imply a temperature of 0 °C, at which the ability of water to become vapor is very restricted. Its concentration in air is very low at 0 °C.

Is it true that water boils at a higher temperature at higher pressure?

Originally Answered: Is it true that water boils at higher temperature at higher pressure? Yes it is. That’s how a pressure cooker works. By cooking at a higher pressure, the interior of the pressure cooker can get hotter than the boiling point of water (100 °C, 212°F) which can’t happen in a regular pot.