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Kristof Papp

## Homework Statement

Lets say i have the given parameters:

air volume flow : V = 36 m3/h

Relative humidity: RH=33%

air mixing ratio : X = 5.5 (1g H2O) / 1kg (DRY AIR) (calculated from RH)

air temperature : T= 20 C

So i know how much mass of water is the air compared to the air's "dry air" mass content.

## Homework Equations

I only know the massflow's equation :

**m=ϱ*V**, when the fluid consists of only 1 component.

But i don't know what to do, when the fluid constists of multiple components (H2o and Dry air).

So I know the air volume flow, but can't do anything with the density part, and don't know how to use "X"

, or the density of water and dry air at T=20

## The Attempt at a Solution

What is the equation which gives me the mass flow of the air's water content?

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Thanks for help!