Definition of Psychrometric

1. Adjective. relating to the measurement or study of the thermodynamic properties of moist air. ¹



2. Adjective. From or relating to a psychrometer. ¹

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Definition of Psychrometric

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychrometric

psychotronic
psychotronics
psychotropic
psychotropic agent
psychotropics
psychovisually
psychovitalism
psychovitalistic
psychowarfare
psychozoic
psychro-
psychrometer
psychrometers
psychrometre
psychrometres
psychrometric (current term)
psychrometric chart
psychrometrical
psychrometrically
psychrometrics
psychrometries
psychrometry
psychrophile
psychrophiles
psychrophilic
psychrophobia
psychrophyte
psychrophytes
psychrotherapy
psychrotrophic

Literary usage of Psychrometric

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1. Heating and Ventilation by John Robins Allen, James Herbert Walker (1922)
"Example of Use of psychrometric Chart.—Given a dry-bulb temperature of 80° and a ... psychrometric chart. 70 per cent. relative humidity lines (the curved ..."

2. Laboratory Physics: A Students Manual for Colleges and Scientific Schools by Dayton Clarence Miller (1903)
"Heat Constants of Solids (See also Table 17) 20. Reduction of psychrometric Observations Values of 0.00600 B (t - t,,. ..."

3. Heating and Ventilation: By John R. Allen and J. Walker by John Robins Allen, James Herbert Walker (1918)
"... otherwise the bring the water to the S>erature might be so great ;he wicking would become III psychrometric chart in the sling psychrometer.1 of air in ..."

4. Heating and Ventilation by John Robins Allen, James Herbert Walker (1922)
"Example of Use of psychrometric Chart.—Given a dry-bulb temperature of 80° and a wet-bulb temperature of 70°, find the relative and absolute humidity and ..."

5. Smithsonian Meteorological Tables: Based on Guyot's Meteorological and by Smithsonian Institution, Charles Frederick Marvin, Arnold Guyot, Herbert Harvey Kimball (1918)
"Reduction of psychrometric observations — English measures. Values of e = e' - 0.000367 В (/-/')( 1 + * ~ 32 J . . TABLE 75 Relative humidity — Temperature ..."

6. Transactions by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1912)
"1340 RATIONAL psychrometric FORMULAE THEIR RELATION TO THE PROBLEMS OF METEOROLOGY ... Accepted data used in psychrometric calculations are based largely on ..."

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