Is this a math and science homework problem?

Typically I start by converting everything to grams and calories.

1000 calories = 1 kCal.

1000 grams = 1 kg.

1 calorie will raise 1 gram of water 1°C.

However, it takes 79.72 calories to vaporize one gram of water at 100°C.

So, what you basically do is calculate the number of calories to raise the water from 80°C up to 100°C

Subtract that from your total amount of energy, and that gives you the energy left to vaporize the water. If it is negative, then you would not get any steam, and you could calculate the final temperature.

Assuming you still have some energy left over, you simply divide the the remaining energy at 100°C by 79.72 calories/gram to get the number of grams of steam vaporized.