air-water vapor mixture

air-water vapor mixture

[¦er ¦wȯd·ər ′vā·pər ‚miks·chər]
(physics)
A mixture of dry air and water vapor, such as the atmosphere.
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Estimates of the air-water vapor mixture properties, which are the basis for the first and second laws of thermodynamic analysis of air-conditioning systems, need three independent variables as input.
All engineering calculations required to design an HVAC system start with estimations of the air-water vapor mixture properties that are the basis for heat and mass balances.
2001a), who used sixth-degree polynomials for f as a function of T in their routine calculations of air-water vapor mixture properties at high temperature.
These results show that the ideal gas model predicts the air-water vapor mixture volume within the desired precision ([+ or -]0.
The main objective was to develop simple yet accurate correlations to calculate the air-water vapor mixture properties v, h, and s.