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psychrometric tables[¦sī·krə¦me·trik ′tā·bəlz]
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.