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Meteorology classically defined as the science that deals with the phenomena of the atmosphere especially weather and weather conditions is a fairly new science that is practiced by Meteorologists They are people who interpret weather information from local weather observers balloons satellites and weather stations around the world In more common vernacular a Meteorologist reads weather maps predicts and records weather from atmospheric occurrence The part of Meteorology that will be discussed throughout this paper are water vapor precipitation types cloud types and fog types It is important to understand these topics in order to understand how our project building a fog machine works and for us to efficiently understand the principles behind building one Water vapor is a common term that one probably understands as evaporated water Essentially this is a correct assumption but this evaporated water makes up our atmosphere and is the most essential element to meteorology The water vapor is evaporated from the earths surface from lakes oceans rivers streams etc In areas of large amounts of water it is often noticed that there is a greater occurrence of water vapor The amount of water vapor in the air is measured in two different methods relative humidity and dew point The relative humidity RH is a percentage which incorporates the ratio of water vapor which is included in a certain amount of airspace It is a measure of how close air is to saturation Air gets saturated like anything else ie salt and water eventually you cant dissolve any more salt into a give amount of water One percent relative humidity would be almost completely unsaturated versus 100 percent saturated would be completely saturated The es stands the saturation limit the most water that the air could hold and the e stands for the environmental pressure in the following formula The formula for relative humidity is ees x 100 When e es the air is completely saturated because looking
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