[time-nuts] 10811 Extra Lagging etc
didier at cox.net
Tue Jun 20 21:48:08 EDT 2006
Water vapor is actual water, simply in gas form, so if the temperature
drops quickly after a high humidity day, the vapor inside the bag will
condense before it has time to escape and you will get actual water in
liquid form in the bag, in the form of condensation.
Easy to do in Florida, happens every afternoon in the summer.
I suspect your humidity sensor peaks at 95% because of hardware/software
limitations, not because of conditions inside the bag.
Neon John wrote:
>On Tue, 20 Jun 2006 17:54:46 -0700 (PDT),
>Actual water can't penetrate the bag so when the humidity is
>condensing, the inside-the-bag unit peaks at about 95%.
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