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    Air Properties Calculator

    Somebody asked me once again via email about an air properties calculator I once wrote and whose source code I'd left in a Yahoo forum. The person mentioning that he didn't know how to compile it.

    So, just in case anyone else is interested, below is a link to the compiled version.

    A pretty standard and no frills app. Give it a dry bulb temp, a relative humidity, and a site elevation and it'll calculate dry bulb, wet bulb, enthalpy, etc.

    Nothing fancy or pretty, but it works.

    http://www.yourfilehost.com/media.ph...Properties.zip

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    link

    link doesnt work
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    Quote Originally Posted by ACFIXR View Post
    link doesnt work
    Yeah, that was a couple years ago and the link was to one of those temporary file hosts who won't maintain the file unless there are repeated and regular hits.

    Try this page, look for AirProperties.zip or psychrometrics.zip.

    http://www.esnips.com/web/HVAC-Software
    A site where I stash some stuff that might be interesting to some folks.
    http://cid-0554c074ec47c396.office.l...e.aspx/.Public

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    Really good stuff

    Quote Originally Posted by osiyo View Post
    Yeah, that was a couple years ago and the link was to one of those temporary file hosts who won't maintain the file unless there are repeated and regular hits.

    Try this page, look for AirProperties.zip or psychrometrics.zip.

    http://www.esnips.com/web/HVAC-Software

    osiyo- Thanks! I got the air properties calc, but now I cant get any of your other pdfs (your stash stuff)to download. You have accumulated a lot of good learning material and I will be glad to absorb what I need and direct others to your library. Thank you for the time and effort that you have invested.
    Some Talk, Some Do
    "keeping condensing pressures low and evaporator pressures high"
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    Quote Originally Posted by ACFIXR View Post
    I got the air properties calc, but now I cant get any of your other pdfs (your stash stuff)to download.
    Hmmm. When you click on the link to one of the PDF files, you should be taken to a page where there will be a scrollable text box on the left side of the screen. In said box will be displayed a sample page picked at random from the PDF file. This service is provided by some outfit called "Scribd".

    I have no idea why the file host service (eSnips) does things this way. But they do.

    Below that text box should be a button you can click on that says "Download". You'd click on that to actually download the PDF file.
    A site where I stash some stuff that might be interesting to some folks.
    http://cid-0554c074ec47c396.office.l...e.aspx/.Public

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