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Learning Psychrometrics and

Sensors measuring T and RH台大生機系教授


方煒

Wei Fang, Ph.D., Professor


Dept. of Bio-Industrial Mechatronics Engineering,
National Taiwan University
Analog Dry Bulb Temperature sensor
Analog Dry and Wet Bulb
Temperature
Digital Dry Bulb Temperature reader
Infra-red Dry Bulb Temperature
Sensing element
Dry and wet Bulb Temperature sensors
in Weather station and greenhouse
Tdb and RH Sensors
Tdb and RH data logger
Day/Night trends of T and RH
High T coexist with Low Hum.

濕度

溫度

午夜 中午 午夜
High humid Env.

Low T, High RH High T, Low RH


Forced ventilation
Evaporative cooling

Fogging
Evaporative cooling

Pad and Fan system


Approach to release thermal stress
Approach to release thermal stress

Beware of the side effect.


Psychrometric Chart
Process: from one state to another
Human comfort zone
Animal comfort zone – T only
Productivity

Dry bulb temperature


Impact of T and RH 82.49
on 64.65
milk
production of cows
63.39 68.47 72.32 76.68 64.31
65.05 75.73 79.96 63.7 87.09
90.09
88.06
86.01
82.09
84.21
82.36

THI>85, no recovery

Adapted from ASHRAE


Fundamentals, 1999
Reduction of milk vs.
Temperature-Humidity Index (THI)

Adapted from ASHRAE


Fundamentals, 1999
Milk Production=f(HD74, HA80S)
MP = 21.48 – 0.051 * HD74 – 0.0099 * HA80S

Where,
– MP: Milk production (in kg/day/cow)
– 21.48: daily production (in kg) per cow in normal
weather condition
– HD74: total hrs of THI > 74 for previous 4 days
– HA80S: square of total hrs of THI > 80 for previous
day
Linvill and Pardue (1992)
THI lines on Psychrometric chart
More about Psychrometric chart
Following contents, created by the
author, are available from
DSpace at UVM.

• Tutorial for digital psy chart

• Digital psychrometric chart software


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