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Wet Bulb Temperature


 

Wet bulb temperature is the lowest temperature to which the current air can be cooled. Cooling is achieved by evaporating water into air at a constant pressure. Wet bulb temperature is measured by a psychrometer. The greater the difference is between wet and dry bulb temperatures, the drier the air is.