Why do all of the resources I find say that any point along the saturated liquid line is 2 phases?How can statement 1 and 2 both be correct?
- Steam Quality @ p,v,t on sat liquid line= 0 =>(100% liquid)
- number of phases present on saturated liquid line = 2
It has to be 1 phase the liquid phase. I say that because if I calculate the steam quality on the saturated liquid line it's 100% liquid.
I was reviewing materials studying for PE...I hit this, and now feel like everyone else is wrong and I am right. Since I know that is not reasonable, someone please help me understand what I am missing here. By intuition I solved it correctly but when i looked at the answer I felt like the gibbs phase just doesn't make sense, because I can't get over the fact that a saturated liquid line means 0% vapor.