Ummm, that would be THIS thread.
Originally posted by BamaCracker
OK, you are not only an idiot, but a liar as well. I have read every word in this thread twice, at NO POINT did you state you used 95º as a base line. Also, I told you before you threw the gauntlet down I lived in Oklahoma, and again before you did your so called "100% right" guesstimate. Now you want to claim you never knew I lived in Oklahoma?
Now, to your baseless remark that
With over 200 known variables affecting dew point, how can anyone (rocket science or not) throw out a remark like that? Dew point is a relationship between RH and coil temp. Coil temp is a function of refrigerant mass flow, mass flow of air, latent and sensible heat content of air, surface area of coil fins, velocity of air, Reynold's number of air as it passes the fin, and many other less robust variables. But apparently you can reduce it to a poorly worded sentence that applies to everyone?
Originally posted by fat eddy
450 cfm per ton is a dew point of 56
So, if I post certified laboratory data showing a dew point of 75 at 450 cfm, will you eat my shorts? Or will you claim you didn't know we were talking about air?