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    Specific and Relative Humidity

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    You have a box that contains 100 kmoles of dry air and 1 kmole of water vapor. The contents are at a pressure of 100 kPa. Someone says that they need to have the enthalpy of the mixture to be 63.8 kJ/kg dry air where 0 degrees Celsius is the reference temperature at which enthalpy is zero.
    Find the following: a.) The Specific Humidity
    b.) The Temperature of the mixture
    c.) The Relative Humidity.

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    You have a box that contains 100 kmoles of dry air and 1 kmole of water vapor. The contents are at a pressure of 100 kPa. Someone says that they need to have the enthalpy of the mixture to be 63.8 kJ/kg dry air where 0 0 Celcius is the reference temperature at which enthalpy is zero.

    Reference: Thermodynamics - An ...

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    The solution provides a detailed and step-by-step explanation of the specific and relative humidity in the problem.

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