The credit for the work and funding for this latest gift, comes from Dr. Dwayne Suter, (Ret.) Professor Emeritus Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department in conjunction with Texas A&M University, College Station. I had the most wonderful discussion with Dr. Suter who sounds as busy
and passionate in his retirement as he was in his working career. A fascinating man.
We think the tool he developed is one of the easiest to understand training programs on psychrometrics - I know you will agree. This will serve you well in your quest for knowledge on controlling humidity for radiant cooling applications. Enjoy.
For further studies in psychrometrics, I would suggest you order "FOOD & PROCESS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY" published under a Copyright in 2004 by the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. All rights reserved. Authors include: Luther R. Wilhelm Professor Biosystems engineering And
Environmental Science Department The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Dwayne A. Suter, Professor Emeritus Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department Texas A&M University, College Station and Gerald H. Brusewitz, Regents Professor Emeritus Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering
Department Oklahoma State University, Stillwater