dew point

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the temperature at which the water vapor in the air becomes saturated and condensation begins

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This temperature at which the air moisture saturates is called the dew point temperature.
Keeping the dew point low will reduce risks, as will the recognition that when things get wet, they need to be dried out quickly.
8) Check Moisture Level in the Resin--The moisture in the resin isn't just a function of the -40[degrees] dew point from the dryer.
Early tests confirmed that Osorb could be fully regenerated with heat application and a nitrogen purge for hydrocarbon dew point reduction operations.
Dew point cooling (sub-wet bulb) is currently achieved predominantly with Indirect-Direct Evaporative Cooling, which combines the two abovementioned evaporative processes in series.
Moreover, in addition to the usual objectives of improving quality control and yields, in these industries there is a new focus on energy saving - aimed at realizing a low-carbon society - and this is leading to a growing demand for finer measurement and control of dew point.
By rotating the preheater 180 degrees for installation, the carbon tubes were in the intake position to be exposed to the effluent at its hottest, far above the dew point.
That indicated that the APH had functioned at a temperature lower than dew point of water steam.
E) Dew Point [degrees]C: Calculated from weather station relative humidity sensor.
Scheduled for introduction at K 2007 in Dusseldorf, Germany, the device is also reported to exhibit less variation in dew point than other wheel dryers because Nova Wheel models of all sizes use a steel-link chain instead of a belt to drive the desiccant wheel.
The explanation for sweating or condensation on the glass relates to the dew point temperature of the air around the glass.
Oldham said National Weather Service forecasters expect an evening increase in moisture, helped along by thunderstorms that have been over Arizona and are likely to raise this region's dew point, thus reducing the fire danger.
When moist air cools to its dew point, there are so many water molecules condensed on each aerosol that the particles become visible water droplets.
Priced at $295, the iBTHX transmitter lets users monitor and record barometric pressure, temperature, relative humidity, and dew point over an Ethernet network or the Internet simply by using a Web browser.