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| January 30, 2015

A geothermal power plant uses geothermal liquid water at 160°C at a rate of 440 kg/s as the heat source, and produces 14 MW of net power in an environment at 25°C. If 18.5 MW of exergy entering the plant with the geothermal water is destructed within the plant, determine (a) the exergy of the geothermal water entering the plant, (b) the second-law efficiency, and (c) the exergy of the heat rejected from the plan

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