# During dehumidification process, specific humidification process

1.  Increases

2.  Decreases

3.  Remains same

4.  None of these

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Decreases

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# During dehumidification process, relative humidity

1.  Increases

2.  Decreases

3.  Remains same

4.  None of these

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Decreases

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# During dehumidification process, dry bulb temperature

1.  Increases

2.  Decreases

3.  Remains same

4.  None of these

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Remains same

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# In a psychometric chart, the humidification process is represented by a

1.  Vertical line

2.  Horizontal line

3.  Inclined line

4.  Curved line

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Horizontal line

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# Process used for dehumidification of air is

1.  Heating

2.  Cooling

3.  Injecting water

4.  All of these

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Cooling

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# Ratio of sensible heat to total heat is called

1.  Specific humidity

2.  Relative humidity

3.  Humidity factor

4.  Sensible heat factor

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Sensible heat factor

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# The comfort condition in air conditioning are at

1.   00 DBT and 0% R.H

2.  200 C DBT and 60% R.H

3.  300C DBT and 80% R.H

4.   400C DBT and 90% R.H

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200 C DBT and 60\% R.H

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# Temperature corresponds to the saturation temperature of vapour at is partial pressure is

1.  Dry bulb temperature

2.  Wet bulb temperature

3.  Dew point temperature

4.   Saturation temperature

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Dew point temperature

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# According to Dalton’s law of partial pressure where p is barometric pressure p is partial pressure of dry air p is partial pressure of water vapour

1.  pb =pa+pv

2.  pb=pa.pv

3.  pb=pa-pv

4.  pb=pa/pv

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pb =pa+pv

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# Total pressure exerted by a mixture of gases or vapours is equal to the sum of partial pressures which each gas will exert independent of the others. This statement is known as

1.  Newton’s law of gases

2.  Kinetic theory of gases

4.  Dalton’s law of partial pressure

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