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In a jet condenser, the difference between the temperature of steam (dry and saturated) entering the condenser and the condensate leaving the condenser is 4°C. The amount of cooling water required and the mass of steam being supplied to the condenser are 900000 kg/hr and 12000 kg/hr. Take the latent heat of water to be 2300 kJ/kg and the specific heat at constant pressure to be 4.186 kJ/kg-K. If the temperature of cooling water entering the condenser is 26°C, determine the temperature of cooling water leaving the condenser.

A) 35.65°C B) 33.38°C
C) 45.54°C D) 28.32°C
 

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