A Bit of Adiabatic Air Science For Techs – FB Live Video

In this video Bryan talks about

  • Heat (Enthalpy)
  • Adiabatic cooling
  • Latent and Sensible heat
  • Evaporative Cooling
  • Humidity
  • Blower Off Delay

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