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The mass-flow rate is determined by the physical requirement that the feedwater entering the FWH at state 5 increase in temperature to T6 through absorption of the heat released by the condensing extraction steam. This is accomplished by applying the steady-flow First Law of Thermodynamics, using appropriate mass fractions, to the insulated open FWH: q = 0 = (1)h6 – m1h2 – (1 – m1 )h5 + 0 [Btu/lbm | kJ/kg] Every term in this equation has dimensions of energy per unit throttle mass, thus referring all energy terms to the mass-flow rate at the throttle of the high-pressure turbine.
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Energy Conversion Weston by Kenneth C. Weston