Can one build up pressure in system for example kettle with hole sufficent of releasing water vapor ?
Kettle starts with 21c 1atm inside and outside and will be heated as fast as possible, can this system build up pressure inside The kettle even If it has hole that can let the steam escape? And can anyone explain why it won’t or will?
1st scenario: pressure cannot build up because Steam can escape from hole with as much kinetic energy as it has been heated. Hence pressure cannot build up and pressure stays somewhat consistent, and steam escapes only because it requires more room and has kinetic energy to an velocity to expand and because of hole it only expands in one direction.
2nd scenario: If hole is small enough it creates some sort of “resistance” and unknown force to me, enables the pressure difference increase inside kettle and this is the reason why steam escapes?
Can one explain which scenario is more correct or explain correctly the phenomena.