Calculating the dewpoint

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Calculating the dewpoint

Postby Roland Marshall » 2012 Feb 16, 07:44

Can anyone please tell me what is the simplest way to work out the dewpoint from Dry & Wet Bulb readings?


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Re: Calculating the dewpoint

Postby Steve Jackson » 2012 Feb 16, 12:40

You could use this website perhaps?

http://www.ringbell.co.uk/info/humid.htm

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Re: Calculating the dewpoint

Postby Stephen Burt » 2012 Feb 16, 18:58

There's also the Vaisala humidity calculator, which is available both on the website and as a small downloadable application:

www.vaisala.com/humiditycalculator

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