HumidAir for Excel based on real gas formulation (32 bit & 64 bit)

For Excel

2010(32 bit & 64 bit) /2013(32 bit & 64 bit) /2016(32 bit & 64 bit) /2019(32 bit & 64 bit) /2021or365 desktop(32 bit & 64 bit)Operating system Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 10 / Windows 11.

HumidAir AppBONUSEach license for the HumidAir Excel Add-In also includes a

free licensefor the(HumidAir Desktop Application$150 value).The

allows calculation of psychrometric properties and the saving and printing of calculated properties.HumidAir Desktop ApplicationThis offer cannot be combined with any other offer that we might have.

The psychrometrics Excel Add-In library calculates 35 thermodynamic properties of humid (moist) air in SI and English units.

It allows 21 different combinations of input variables to be used for calculations.

Input variables that can be used are:

- 1 Pressure
- 2 Dry bulb temperature
- 3 Wet bulb temperature
- 4 Dew bulb temperature
- 5 Relative humidity
- 6 Humidity ratio
- 7 Enthalpy
- 8 Entropy
- 9 Volume

The library is fully integrated in Excel, and available functions can be used in the same way as any other Excel function.

Main features of the library:

- Professional quality, industrial strength software, proven in real world applications
- Based on the most accurate formulation (Hyland and Wexler)
- License includes
32 bitand64 bitversion of the library- Developed in
C++for maximum speed, thoroughly tested for accuracy- Create User Defined Functions (
UDF) which use HumidAir functions- Call HumidAir functions from
VBA(samples are included in the release version)- Easy to install and easy to use
- One year free technical support

The following figure shows a sample spreadsheet included in the download package.

**HumidAir Excel Add-In - Sample calculations in Excel**

The psychrometrics library uses the most accurate formulations of thermodynamic properties of moist air.

Formulations are based on the study performed by Hyland and Wexler, and approved by ASHRAE *(American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers)* as documented in the 1997 ASHRAE Handbook "Fundamentals". They presented the equation of state in:

- Formulations for the thermodynamic properties of the saturated phases of H2O from 173.15 K to 473.15 K, W. Hyland and A.Wexler, ASHRAE Transactions, 89(2A) 500-519, 1983.
- Formulations for the thermodynamic properties of dry air from 173.15 K to 473.15 K, and of saturated moist air from 173.15 K to 372.15 K, at pressures to 5 MPa, R. W. Hyland and A. Wexler, ASHRAE Transactions, 89(2A) 520-535, 1983.

Operating system Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 10 / Windows 11.

Excel 2010 (32 bit & 64 bit) / 2013 (32 bit & 64 bit) / 2016 (32 bit & 64 bit) / 2019 (32 bit & 64 bit) / 2021 or 365 desktop (32 bit & 64 bit).

User privileges

Installation and use of the library requiresstandard userprivileges or better.

Compact DesignIMPORTANTThis software is designed to be easy to use. There are 42 functions (21 for SI units and 21 for English/Imperial units). Each function can calculate 35 properties. As a concesquence the library covers 21*2*35 =

1470combinations.Instead of creating hundreds of functions, the library provides access to psychrometric properties covering 1470 combinations in only 42 functions. This significatly

reduces the learning curveandsimplifies the useof the library.

The following functions are available in the HumidAir Excel Add-In:

Function List in SI and E units - HumidAir Excel Add-In v3.1 | ||||||
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# | Function Name SI Units | Function Name English Units | Input Argument 1 | Input Argument 2 | Input Argument 3 | Input Argument 4 |

1 | HumidairTdbRHPsi | HumidairTdbRHPe | Tdb | RH | P | propertyID |

2 | HumidairTdbTwbPsi | HumidairTdbTwbPe | Tdb | Twb | P | propertyID |

3 | HumidairTdbTdpPsi | HumidairTdbTdpPe | Tdb | Tdp | P | propertyID |

4 | HumidairTdbWPsi | HumidairTdbWPe | Tdb | W | P | propertyID |

5 | HumidairTdbHPsi | HumidairTdbHPe | Tdb | H | P | propertyID |

6 | HumidairTdbSPsi | HumidairTdbSPe | Tdb | S | P | propertyID |

7 | HumidairTdbVPsi | HumidairTdbVPe | Tdb | V | P | propertyID |

8 | HumidairTwbRHPsi | HumidairTwbRHPe | Twb | RH | P | propertyID |

9 | HumidairTwbTdpPsi | HumidairTwbTdpPe | Twb | Tdp | P | propertyID |

10 | HumidairTwbWPsi | HumidairTwbWPe | Twb | W | P | propertyID |

11 | HumidairTwbHPsi | HumidairTwbHPe | Twb | H | P | propertyID |

12 | HumidairTwbSPsi | HumidairTwbSPe | Twb | S | P | propertyID |

13 | HumidairTwbVPsi | HumidairTwbVPe | Twb | V | P | propertyID |

14 | HumidairTdpRHPsi | HumidairTdpRHPe | Tdp | RH | P | propertyID |

15 | HumidairRHWPsi | HumidairRHWPe | RH | W | P | propertyID |

16 | HumidairRHHPsi | HumidairRHHPe | RH | H | P | propertyID |

17 | HumidairRHSPsi | HumidairRHSPe | RH | S | P | propertyID |

18 | HumidairRHVPsi | HumidairRHVPe | RH | V | P | propertyID |

19 | HumidairWHPsi | HumidairWHPe | W | H | P | propertyID |

20 | HumidairWSPsi | HumidairWSPe | W | S | P | propertyID |

21 | HumidairWVPsi | HumidairWVPe | W | V | P | propertyID |

- The fourth argument "
**propertyID**" specifies which property to calculate, see the "Psychrometric Properties" table below. - Since "
**propertyID**" is string type it must be enclosed in quotes, see an example below.

To download a list of all available functions in the PDF format, switch to the "Downloads" tab and go to a section "Quick reference documents".

In order to easily identify functions to be used, function names are formated using the following rules:

- All function names start with
**HumidAir** - Next follow letters denoting the first, the second and the third input parameter of a function, shown in bold in the function list table above
- Function names ending with
**si**mark functions to be used for calculations in**SI Units** - Function names ending with
**e**mark functions to be used for calculations in**English Units**

Example

To calculate enthalpy of moist air in SI Units based on dry bulb temperature, relative humidity and pressure as input, use the following:Based on the above provided description, the following should be entered into a cell or the formula bar:

- 1 Tdb = 15.5 °C
- 2 RH = 95 %
- 3 P = 1.2 bar
- 4 the fourth argument is a string which specifies the property to be calculated by suppling the appropriate propertyID (see Psychrometric Properties table below)

=HumidAirTdbRHPsi(Tdb, RH, P, "Hm")

The following thermodynamic and transport properties can be calculated with HumidAir Excel Add-In:

Calculable properties in SI or E units - HumidAir Excel Add-In v3.1 | ||||
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# | Property Name | Property ID | SI Units | English Units |

1 | Dry bulb temperature | Tdb | °C | °F |

2 | Wet bulb temperature | Twb | °C | °F |

3 | Dew point temperature | Tdp | °C | °F |

4 | Pressure | P | bar | psi |

5 | Saturation water pressure | Ps | bar | psi |

6 | Saturation pressure at wet bulb temperature | Pwb | bar | psi |

7 | Saturation pressure at dew point temperature | Pdp | bar | psi |

8 | Mole fraction of water | Xw | - | - |

9 | Mole fraction of air | Xa | - | - |

10 | Weight fraction of water | Ww | - | - |

11 | Weight fraction of air | Wa | - | - |

12 | Humidity ratio | W | (kg moisture)/(kg dry air) | (lb moisture)/(lb dry air) |

13 | Saturation humidity ratio | Ws | (kg moisture)/(kg dry air) | (lb moisture)/(lb dry air) |

14 | Degree of saturation | DS | - | - |

15 | Relative humidity | RH | - | - |

16 | Specific volume of dry air | Va | m³/(kg dry air) | ft³/(lb dry air) |

17 | Specific volume of saturated ice | Vi | m³/kg | ft³/lb |

18 | Specific volume of saturated water | Vw | m³/kg | ft³/lb |

19 | Specific volume of saturated vapor | Vv | m³/kg | ft³/lb |

20 | Specific volume of moist air | Vm | m³/(kg dry air) | ft³/(lb dry air) |

21 | Specific density of dry air | Da | (kg dry air)/m³ | (lb dry air)/ft³ |

22 | Specific density of saturated ice | Di | kg/m³ | lb/ft³ |

23 | Specific density of saturated water | Dw | kg/m³ | lb/ft³ |

24 | Specific density of saturated vapor | Dv | kg/m³ | lb/ft³ |

25 | Specific density of moist air | Dm | (kg dry air)/m³ | (lb dry air)/ft³ |

26 | Specific enthalpy of dry air | Ha | kJ/(kg dry air) | Btu/(lb dry air) |

27 | Specific enthalpy of saturated ice | Hi | kJ/kg | Btu/lb |

28 | Specific enthalpy of saturated water | Hw | kJ/kg | Btu/lb |

29 | Specific enthalpy of saturated vapor | Hv | kJ/kg | Btu/lb |

30 | Specific enthalpy of moist air | Hm | kJ/(kg dry air) | Btu/(lb dry air) |

31 | Specific entropy of dry air | Sa | kJ/(kg dry air•K) | Btu/(lb dry air•°F) |

32 | Specific entropy of saturated ice | Si | kJ/(kg•K) | Btu/(lb•°F) |

33 | Specific entropy of saturated water | Sw | kJ/(kg•K) | Btu/(lb•°F) |

34 | Specific entropy of saturated vapor | Sv | kJ/(kg•K) | Btu/(lb•°F) |

35 | Specific entropy of moist air | Sm | kJ/(kg dry air•K) | Btu/(lb dry air•°F) |

To download a list of all available properties in the PDF format, switch to the "Downloads" tab and go to a section "Quick reference documents".

The entire set of equations used by the Humid Air application, is defined by the following temperature and pressure range:

- 173.15 K <= T < = 473.15 K
- 0.000001 MPa <= P < = 5 MPa

Moist Air Properties LimitsThe upper limit of the absolute pressure is set at 5 MPa, and the temperature is restricted to the range -100 to 200°C. However, for any given absolute pressure, the highest temperature cannot exceed that temperature at which the saturation vapor pressure equals the absolute pressure.

In other words, moist air properties are valid for any dry-bulb temperatures below or equal to the saturation temperature of water at the same given absolute pressure, above that limit saturated moist air cannot exist.

IMPORTANT:In the used formulations for calculation of thermodynamic properties of moist air, the reference state (zero enthalpy) is set at 0 °C. On some psychrometric charts (especially in the US) the reference state (zero enthalpy) is set at 0 °F.

As a consequence, enthalpy and entropy values calculated by the library will be shifted on these charts for the difference between the reference points.

Since for any process calculation only enthalpy difference (in and out of a process) is important, the reference point doesn't really matter.

If you want to reproduce enthalpy values from such charts, you should find the enthalpy difference for one point (doesn't matter which one), and then add that value for all calculated enthalpies. The same applies for entropy values.

The following screenshots demonstrate how to use the library, it's a 4 step process.

1.(a) Start Excel and press the "Insert Function" toolbar button.

1.(b) Alternatively, start Excel and press the "Insert Function" menu item.

2. Select a HumidAir library (SI or English units).

3. Select a function and press the OK button.

4. Enter input parameters and press the OK button.

NOTE: You don't have to put quotes around the property ID, they are inserted automatically.

**That's it**, the result will be displayed in the selected cell.

The setup program will automatically install the library in Excel.

To install the library successfully you must have at leaststandard user privilegeson your computer.

The built-in ZIP support on Windows 10 is buggy and sometimes cannot open a valid (not empty) zip file.

Use **7-zip** (free and open source) or some other reliable program for zip file processing.

For Excel 2007 / 2010 (32 bit) / 2013 (32 bit) / 2016 (32 bit) / 2019 (32 bit) / 365 desktop (32 bit)

- Download HumidAir Excel Add-In version (3.1) - demo (32 bit)

For Excel 2010 (64 bit) / 2013 (64 bit) / 2016 (64 bit) / 2019 (64 bit) / 365 desktop (64 bit)

- Download HumidAir Excel Add-In version (3.1) - demo (64 bit)

IMPORTANT:For the demo version input pressure is

fixedto:

- p =
8 barin SI Units and- p =
116.029 psiin English Units.These values will be used for calculation regardless of your input value for pressure.

To further evaluate the library (at pressure p = 1 bar or p = 14.5 psi), go to our Psychrometric Calculator web application, it uses the same calculation engine.

- List of available properties in the HumidAir Excel Add-In library

- List of available functions in HumidAir Excel Add-In library

Prices subject to change without notice!

- A license includes 32 bit and 64 bit versions of the HumidAir Excel Add-In library
- A license also includes the HumidAir Desktop Application (calculate properties, save calculations, printing...)

HumidAir Excel Add-In version 3.1 | |
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1-4 licenses | USD 199.95 per copy |

5-20 licenses | USD 174.95 per copy |

21 > licenses | USD 149.95 per copy |

Company wide license | USD 7995.00 |

NOTE:Each license also includes the following:

- One year free e-mail technical support
- One year free minor version updates if available (for example 3.2, 3.x up to, but not including version 4.0)

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