Determine The necessary flow rate in the stream if the temperature in the cooling water is only allowed to rise 10∘C in temperature.

Approximately two-thirds of the energy content of uranium fuel entering a 2,000 MW nuclear power plant is removed by condenser cooling water which is withdrawn from an adjacent stream. The flow upstream of the nuclear power plant is 200 m3/s and the temperature in the stream is 19∘C. Perform an energy balance on the nuclear power plant to answer the following questions and draw a simplified schematic of the process. Determine:

a. The energy input to the nuclear power plant.

b. The necessary flow rate in the stream if the temperature in the cooling water is only allowed to rise 10∘C in temperature.

c. The temperature in the stream after the heated cooling water is released back into the stream.

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