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    existing coil calculations

    Hi all

    I would like some help here to figure out how to go further
    I have a factory which have old copper pipes installed in several rooms and every room has its own coil i know the diameter of existing pipes and the total length of the coil pipes in every room
    now how can I calculate the existing coil capacity knowing the diameter and the length?
    considering a cold water supplying every coil with temperature of 12 Deg C and the insider temp needed to maintain in each of these rooms is around 37 Deg C and humidity of 50%-60%

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    2012 ASHRAE Handbook- HVAC Systems and Equipment, Chapter 23 - Air-Cooling and Dehumidifying Coils

    http://www.techstreet.com/ashrae/products/1833349

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    Quote Originally Posted by penderway View Post
    2012 ASHRAE Handbook- HVAC Systems and Equipment, Chapter 23 - Air-Cooling and Dehumidifying Coils

    http://www.techstreet.com/ashrae/products/1833349
    thanks I will check it

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