Condensation Cloud

Published on: 01/15/2012
Author/s : Dr. Mike Czarick, Dr. Brian D. Fairchild (The University of Georgia)

Condensation clouds are a fairly common site on poultry farms during cold weather. They allow us to see, for a brief moment, the typically invisible moisture that is in the air that surrounds us. The fact is that from a practical standpoint, there really is no such thing as "dry" air. All air contains some amount of invisible moisture. We generally describe how mu...

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Dr Kamran Dr Kamran
Agricultural Engineer
January 15, 2012
very best article , but one thing to understand .
at a given temperature with increase in humidity the moisture holding ability increases?
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Dr. Mike Czarick Dr. Mike Czarick
Agricultural Engineer
January 15, 2012

If the humidity increases at any given temperature the amount of moisture in the air is increasing
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