Determining the Specific Volume of Subcooled Water

Subcooled Water Table
P = 5 MPa
Table of properties of subcooled liquid water.
Consider a system in which subcooled water exists at 5 MPa and 200oC.
What is the specific volume of the system?

The first step is to find a subcooled water table at 5 MPa.

Then you can find the temperature of interest,
T = 200oC.

Red arrow pointing at the two row in the spuperheated steam table that is relevant to the problem on this page.
The corresponding specific volume is
0.0011531 m3/kg.
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Ch2, Lesson C, Page 13 - Determining the Specific Volume of Subcooled Water