Saturation pressure as a function of temperature: Ref: ASHRAE, input T in [K], output pSAT in [kPa]c1 = -5800.22, c2 = -5.51626, c3 = -0.0486402, c4 = 4.17648E-5, c5 = -1.44521E-8, c6 = 6.54597
pSAT = e[c1 / T + c2 + c3 * T + c4 * T2 + c5 * T3 + c6 * Log(T)]
The dew point temperature based on TDEW = [Log(Pv / 610.78) * 241.88] / [17.558 - Log(Pv / 610.78)] where Pv in [Pa] is the vapour pressure of water in air.
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