14-1CYes; by cooling the air at constant pressure.
14-3CSpecific humidity will decrease but relative humidity will increase.
14-4CDry air does not contain any water vapor, but atmospheric air does.
14-5CYes, the water vapor in the air can be treated as an ideal gas because of its very low partial
possibility of vapor entering the insulation. This is because moisture that migrates through the insulation
to the cold surface will condense and remain there indefinitely with no possibility of vaporizing and
moving back to the outside.
We will assume that the air leaves the nozzle at a relative
humidity of 100% (will be verified later). The vapor pressure
and specific humidity at the outlet are then
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