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    Can I please have some assistance on how to convert purge air to Nm3/h?

    product is air
    purge air dew point is 20C
    flowrate is 2549 m3/h
    purge air pressure is 2 bar

    Thank You

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    Re: Converting m3/h to Nm3/h

    Originally posted by flatlander View Post
    Can I please have some assistance on how to convert purge air to Nm3/h?

    product is air
    purge air dew point is 20C
    flowrate is 2549 m3/h
    purge air pressure is 2 bar

    Thank You
    1) What is the dry bulb temperature
    2) Unfortunately, there are conflicting definitions of "normal." Most common is 0 C, 101.325 kPa, but there are others. Do you use that or one of the others.
    3) How do you handle the moisture, do you want the volume of "dry air" or the moist air?

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