Word forms: (regular plural) wet-bulb temperatures
( Chemical Engineering : Drying and evaporation )
It is impossible to cool water below the wet-bulb temperature of the air with which it is in contact.
The wet-bulb temperature is the steady-state temperature reached by a small amount of liquid evaporating into
a large amount of unsaturated gas-vapor mixture.
The wet-bulb temperature is the temperature reached by a small amount of liquid evaporating in a large amount
of an unsaturated air-vapor mixture.
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