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Problem 6.28

An air conditioner is designed to bring 10,000 ft3/min of outside air (90F, 29.8 in Hg, 88% relative humidity) to 40F, thereby condensing a portion of the water vapor, and then to reheat the air. releasing it into a room at 65F. Calculate the rate of condensation (gallons H20/min) and the volumetric flow rate of the air delivered to the room. (Suggestion: On the flowchart, treat the cooling--eondensation and the reheating as separate process steps.)

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