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Relative humidity control in environmental chambers


, : Relative humidity control in environmental chambers. Transactions of the ASAE 16(5): 968-969

A humidity control system is described for an environmental chamber with continuously circulating air. R.h. was held in the range 10 to 90% with plus or minus 1% control and temperature in the range 40 to 100 deg F with 0.5 deg control.

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