A New Method of Determining Moisture Flow Coefficients for both Isothermal and Nonisothermal Conditions

Stephen Burke, Jesper Arfvidsson, Johan Claesson & Stephen Burke
The calculation of non-isothermal moisture transport requires a moisture flow coefficient, Dφ(φ,T), for isothermal flow with φ as the moisture state variable. In the non-isothermal case, a second flow coefficient, DTφ(φ,T), is required to account for the temperature gradient. This means that a number of isothermal measurements are required for a few different temperature levels. It also means that a second set of measurements with temperature gradients are required. This paper presents a new method...
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