Harvesting active condensation
Harvesting active condensation—Pearl Brewery, San Antonio, TexasPearl Brewery, San Antonio, Texas, USA. 29˚ N Latitude. Elevation: 650 feet (198 meters). Average humidity 54.9%. Average annual rainfall 30 inches (762 mm). Average annual humidity 54.9%…
Active water harvesting case studyUnderwood Family Sonoran Landscape Laboratory. College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture (CAPLA). University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona, USA. Latitude 32.2˚. Elevation 2,555 feet (779 meters). Average annual precipitation 11 inches (280 mm). Average annual humidity 29%…
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Harvesting passive condensation
Passive condensation occurs on naturally cool surfaces (surfaces cooler than the air temperature)—no generated power such as electricity is needed to cool the surface on which the atmospheric water (moisture in the air) condenses.