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Steam at a velocity of $10$ $m/s$ enters the impulse turbine stage with symmetrical blading having blade angle $30^\circ $. The enthalpy drop in the stage is $100 kJ$. The nozzle angle is $20^\circ$. The maximum blade efficiency (in percent) is _______
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