Enthalpy Transmitter

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Robert Vestal

Any suggestions on vendors or any comments on other methods of determining enthalpy? I wanted an enthalpy input because I was hoping to avoid doing a calculation from dry & wet bulb temperatures.
 
I am not familiar with the Honeywell Enthalpy XTR.
But I do have close to me the KOCH formula for the superheated steam (1921). Also I have the WUKALOWISH (1958)formula.
The NBS or ASME should be willing giving the latest formulation.
If your fluid is not steam, then contact
'AIR LIQUIDE'. Their thick bible on gas properties
is just extraordinary.
In fact, you just need Temperature Pressure and
the formula.
jm[email protected]
 
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