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# The atmospheric air 32 °C dry bulb temperature and 70% relative humidity supplied to the cooling...

The atmospheric air 32 °C dry bulb temperature and 70% relative humidity supplied to the cooling coil at a rate of 45m3/min. The air cooling to the
saturated state and leaving at a temperature of 16 °C. Determine: a- Specific humidity at each state.
b- Wet bulb and dew point temperatures at the final state
c- Final relative humidity.
d- Mass of water condensed.
e- Rate of heat removed from the air in kW. f- Show the process on Psychrometric chart.

Hope you can see process on psychrometric chart, it is shown in red colored line.

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