Unformatted text preview: condenser) enters the top of the cooling tower, and the cool water leaves the bottom at 15°C. The air-water vapor mixture enters the bottom of the cooling tower at 100 kPa, and has a dry-bulb temperature of 22°C and a wet-bulb temperature of 15°C. The air water vapor mixture leaving the tower has a pressure of 95 kPa, a temperature of 30°C, and a relative humidity of 80%. Determine the kg of dry air per second that must be used and the fraction of incoming water that evaporates. Assume the process to be adiabatic....
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- Spring '08
- Atmospheric thermodynamics, Water vapor