The density of steam is less than the density of water.
will density of water is equal to density of steam at high pressures and temperatures
steam have a lower density than water?
Most dense: Water Medium: Ice Least dense: Steam
Both steam and liquid water are made of the same substance (H2O). However, in the gaseous form (steam), the molecules are moving more quickly, and they are spread apart much farther. As such, the number of molecules per given volume (the mass per volume) is lower for steam. Mass per volume is the same thing as density.
The particles them self, assuming that you are referring to the individual atoms/molecules that makes up a liquid, does not change in "density" when going from one state of matter to another (liquid -> steam). However, the density changes for a certain amount of the matter, for instance one liter. One liter of water weighs a lot more than one liter of water steam. This is because the density of liquid water is much higher than water steam. The density of liquid water is 1000g/liter while the density of steam is 0.8g/liter. In other words, liquid water is over 1200 times denser than water vapor!
The answer would be Density.
There are three kinds of steam 1) saturated steam, 2)super saturated steam 3) wet steam.
Depends on how much steam
for converting cubic meter to ton , density or specific volume is needed. specific volume unite is m3/kg. steam cubic meter/ (cubic meter/kg)= steam (kg ) /1000= tone of steam
steam turbine have a lot of cavities at it sides in which when steam enters due to so many cavity so many force and it rotates turbine
no The temperature remains the same. The density between phases changes of course but the density within each phase remains the same.
Steam pressure can be raised as high as the rating of the steam generator. Some super-critical steam generators actually operate at over 15,000 psi. Critical pressure/temperature for steam is 3206 psia, and 705^F. This is the point at which steam and water are indistinguishable from one another. All critical and super-critical steam generators require forced flow, (the water/steam is pumped through the generator). The temperature or the pressure can be raised above critical values, with the use of specialized equipment. Generally speaking, non-forced flow boilers can only achieve about 1500 psia, as the density of the steam approaches the density of the water, preventing natural circulation.
Steam only has one syllable.
It is cold at high altitude and air density is low. The aircraft should not be too much weight. Requires large utilities to generate steam.
The disturbance factor in steam blowing is a parameter that says how effective is the steam blowing regarding the pipinginternal surface cleaning process. It is the ratio between density*speed^2 in blowing and normal operation conditions conditions. rudi
There are 2.4 Steam Trains in the world as of 2012.
to produce 1 ton of steam how many GCV of coal is required?
Charcoal is low in density, so even if its hot it hasn't got much heat to transfer. basically when you touch it it cools off. A steel steam pipe is high density and has lots of energy to transfer. touching that one will give you blisters.
there are 8 steam cave and 7 in upper steam cave
Since steam is a gas (water vapor). This depends on the pressure and temperature of the steam. PV = nRT.
I sugest you look up "steam tables". Since convection currents are caused solely by diferences in density ... yes, it is assumed that tempreture diferences CAUSED the density gradiant - but that is not always true.
Population density is how many people live in that area.
It depends on the temperature of the steam, which, in turn, will depend on the pressure.
Yes, the density of water changes when it is converted into steam because the molecules spread out and the volume expands to fill its container while the mass of the water remains the same. Since the volume increases and the mass remains constant the density greatly decreases.