condensation temperature

condensation temperature

[‚kän·dən′sā·shən ′tem·prə·chər]
(analytical chemistry)
In boiling-point determination, the temperature established on the bulb of a thermometer on which a thin moving film of liquid coexists with vapor from which the liquid has condensed, the vapor phase being replenished at the moment of measurement from a boiling-liquid phase.
(meteorology)
The temperature at which a parcel of moist air expanded dry adiabatically reaches saturation. Also known as adiabatic condensation temperature; adiabatic saturation temperature.
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The condensation temperature for these hydrocarbons was estimated at atmospheric pressure, as shown in Fig.
However, as you go up in an atmosphere the temperature decreases, and at some point the temperature drops below the condensation temperature of a component.
In fact, in such a system the VCC would operate at higher refrigerant evaporation temperature and at lower condensation temperature.
Moreover it is able to control the condensation temperature and thus the heating capacity.
Moreover, other parameters as reactivity ratio and condensation temperature during prepolymer synthesis have also been investigated to achieve clay exfoliation.
41, produced at the condensation temperature of the substrate of [T.
The exchanger is capable of operating with liquid flow rates of up to 190 kg/s and heat water using steam up to 15Mw with steam at a condensation temperature of 150[degrees]C.
5 to 15 MW at a steam condensation temperature of 300[degrees]F and 2.
The most commonly used condensation temperature of 0 C is reached in less than 10 minutes from ambient 25 C.
The AA([R])3350 ISOPORT([R]) Window has been tested to meet North American performance standards, including thermal transmittance, condensation resistance, condensation temperature index and sound transmission, and multiple sill heights are available to meet both 10 pound (CW) and 15 pound (AW) psf water performance requirements.
It Has However A Low Condensation Temperature (- 78 Degrees C) And A High Pressure At 10 - 40 Degrees C.