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Definition of Humidification
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Humidification
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1. Ventilation and Humidity in Textile Mills and Factories by Cecil Howard Lander (1914)
"humidification by evaporation of water inside the shed. Pipes circulating brine cooled by means of a refrigerator. The last method does not appear to be ..."
2. World-power and Evolution by Ellsworth. Huntington (1919)
"APPENDIX F DIRECTIONS FOR VENTILATION AND humidification I. VENTILATION studies outlined in this book indicate that the best and simplest A method of ..."
3. Heating and Ventilation by John Robins Allen, James Herbert Walker (1918)
"humidification may also be accomplished by steam jets when no washer is used, in which case the jets are located in the same position as the washer and may ..."
4. Silk Manufacturing and Its Problems by James Chittick (1913)
"XII humidification IN TEXTILE MILLS. B Percentage of Theoretical Output Obtainable. In the successful operating of a mill, one of the most important points ..."
5. Some Modern Methods of Ventilation: With Special Reference to Public by Ronald Grierson (1917)
"Air Conditioning (humidification and Cooling). On account of the dust and soot introduced by a ventilating system some form of air washer or air filter is ..."
6. HVAC and Chemical Resistance Handbook for the Engineer and Architect: A ...by Tom Arimes by Tom Arimes (1994)
"Tables 28-2 and 28-4 can be used to determine maximum humidification load at ... Determine maximum humidification load. From Table 28-2 with 55°F mixed air ..."