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Psychometry problem for a precision gauge laboratory

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In the attached problem, there is a solution to part a attached. Please solve part b completely.

In an air conditioning system for a precision gauge laboratory, atmospheric air at 32 C, 101.3 kPa and 80% relative humidity is first chilled to 10 C to remove moisture.

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Reference: Thermodynamics - An engineering approach by Cengel and Boles, McGraw Hill, 4th ed, page 687.

Stream 2 is the stream from the cooling section
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