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Moist air problem
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Posted by: palakurupradeep

01/21/2005, 16:14:11

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Hai,

Solve this problem

The inside surface temperature of a window in a room is 40 F(4c) where the air has a temperature of 72F(22c)db, 50 percent relative humidity , and a pressure of 14.696 psia (100 kpa) pressure. will moisture condense on the window glass?







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Posted by: BaronLager

01/21/2005, 16:21:29

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Certainly. The dew point of 72F and 50% RH air is 52.4F.






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