I need this information because I'm working on my HVAC graduation project, thanx in advance
i think someone else asked this recently. they were doing something about a pool i believe.
any reason you can't just add an inlet flow rate of steam into the system at the pot?
the other option is tracer study or particle study depending on what you want/need to do.
the problem is when I try to define steam as one of the fluids, it eliminates the ability of defining the amount of relative humidity, I want the inlet air flow rate to have for 40% R.H. for example plus adding steam flow rate out of the pot, thanks for replying and I hope I could explain the problem Default Default
why not air with RH40% then?
Would this work? Use the Specific heat table and insert the latent heat at the transition temperature. This is not for water but a solid to liquid and the physical shape is the same in both states. In this case the intent is to account for thermal capacitance as the system shifts through 63°C. 242000 J/kg is the latent heat. In theory latent goes without temp change - in this case the area width is 1°C and the area under the curve is a bit more than 242000 J/kg K.
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