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How much water at 80F would be required to cool 100,000 cfm

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How much water at 80F would be required to cool 100,000 cfm of 106F air to 85F?  This would be a spray system with counter current flow.

Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Chemical Engineering
Customer: replied 8 months ago.
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Asked the question, no answer yet. This will require someone that understands thermodynamics.
Expert:  Soumyadeep Sikdar replied 8 months ago.
HELLO SIR DO YOU STILL NEED HELP ON THE ABOVE QERRY LET ME KNOW