psychrometric tables

psychrometric tables

[¦sī·krə¦me·trik ′tā·bəlz]
(thermodynamics)
Tables prepared from the psychrometric formula and used to obtain vapor pressure, relative humidity, and dew point from values of wet-bulb and dry-bulb temperature.
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Ferrel, W., 1886: Appendix 24: Report of Professor William Ferrel, assistant, on psychrometric tables for use in the signal service.
The current psychrometric tables in the 2005 ASHRAE Handbook--Fundamentals (ASHRAE 2005) are now 25 years old and are based on the Hyland-Wexler RP-216 (1983a, 1983b) and the Stewart et al.
Prior to this time, available data on moist air properties were limited to Marvin's psychrometric tables, published in the USA by the Department of Agriculture in 1900.