determine if there will be any condensation in the compressed-air lines

| January 29, 2015

The condensation of the water vapor in compressed air lines is a major concern in industrial facilities, and the compressed air is often dehumidified to avoid the problems associated with condensation. Consider a compressor that compresses ambient air from the local atmospheric pressure of 92 kPa to a pressure of 800 kPa (absolute). The compressed air is then cooled to the ambient temperature as it flows through the compressed-air lines. Disregarding any pressure losses, determine if there will be any condensation in the compressed-air lines on a day when the ambient air is at 20°C and 50 percent relative humidity.

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