Exercise13_14

Exercise13_14 - 3 4 ‐ 10°C per 1,000 m ‐ 6°C per 1000...

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1 Sling Psychrometer If temp of wet bulb thermometer is much lower than that of the dry bulb thermometer, the relative humidity is low If temp of wet bulb thermometer is slightly lower than that of the dry bulb thermometer, the relative humidity is high No difference means air is saturated.
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2 Difference between the dry bulb and web bulb temperature.
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Unformatted text preview: 3 4 ‐ 10°C per 1,000 m ‐ 6°C per 1000 m latent heat is released 5 ‐ 5.5°F per 1,000 feet ‐ 3.3°F per 1,000 feet 3,280.83 6,561.66 9,842.49 13,123.32 latent heat is released ‐ 10°C/1000m ‐ 6°C/1000m +10°C/1000m 6 10°C per 1,000 m 6°C per 1000 m 5.5°F per 1,000 feet 3.3°F per 1,000 feet...
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This note was uploaded on 12/27/2011 for the course GEOG 010 taught by Professor Bookshar,randyd during the Fall '07 term at Penn State.

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