Posted: January 9th, 2022

The density of water at the standard reference state (pressure = 1 atm., temperature = 25∘C) is 1000 kg/m^{3}. Calculate the water’s fluid density when the pressure is increased to 20 MPa and the temperature is increased to 80∘C. Note: At the reference state, the bulk modulus of water is given by 22 kbar and the coefficient of thermal expansion is given by 200 × 10^{–6}/ ∘C.

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