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Compressed fluid

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  1. a fluid under thermodynamic conditions that force it to be a steam

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  2. In a plot comparing absolute pressure and specific volume (commonly called a P-v diagram), of a real gas, a compressed fluid is to the left of the liquid-vapor phase boundary

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  3. that is, it will be to the left of the vapor dome

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  4. Some of the conditions that cause a fluid to be compressed are the following

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  5. A P-v diagram for liquid water
    A P-v diagram for liquid water

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  6. A specific volume lesser than the specific volume of a saturated liquid

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