What is wet bulb temperature - Definition and Meaning
Wet Bulb Temperature :
Wet bulb temperature is the lowest temperature that might be extended at by evaporating water into the air.
Ewg = 6.112 x e(17.67xTw)/(Tw+243.5)
eg = Ewg - Psta x (T - Tw) x 0.00066 x (1 + (0.00115 x Tw))
Tw = ΣN ∀ Ed ≠ 0
Ed = e - eg
Tw = Wet Bulb Temperature
T = Temperature
Psta = Actual station pressure
e = Vapor Pressure
Ed = Vapor Pressure Difference
N = Increment by 10 and consecutive Ed is opposite sign,
increment divide by 10. Its upto reach. Ed is zero or
absolute value of Ed is greater than 0.05
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