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The Evaporative Heat Transfer Calculator will calculate the:

- Heat transferred through evaporation

**Calculation Restrictions:** Medium is assumed as uniform and homogenous.

The heat transferred through evaporation is J [Joule] |

Heat transferred through evaporation calculations |
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Q = h × A × t × (p_{s} - p_{0})Q = × × × ( - )Q = × × × Q = |

Evaporative Heat Transfer Calculator Input Values |

Area of human body (A) m^{2} [square metre] |

Coefficient of heat transfer through evaporation (h) W/Pa∙m^{2} [Watts per Pascal times square metre] |

Evaporation time (t) s [second] |

Pressure of water vapour near the skin (p_{s}) Pa [Pascal] |

Pressure of water vapour in the environment air (p_{0}) Pa [Pascal] |

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Section 1: Units and Measurements

Q = h × A × t × (p_{s} - p_{0})

The heat transferred through evaporation formula is obtained by transforming the formula of heat transfer rate through evaporation

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