# How do you pronounce hfg in English (1 out of 48).

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## IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of hfg

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of hfg:
/hfɡ/

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1. factor and it is equal to delta X into hfg by L where hfg is the latent heat of vaporization
2. in many steam tables the difference is also written. For example, hfg. hfg has got a very
3. the quantity hfg. This quantity hfg has got a physical meaning. Also from the physics
4. plus W into hfg plus Cpv into t okay. So here hfg not there so here as you know Cpa is the
5. okay. Here hfg is the latent heat of ha vaporization m dot o is the air flow rate due to infiltration
6. oaky and Q by. A here is heat flux mew f is the viscosity of the liquid hfg is the latent
7. number that is given by Q by A divide by hfg into m dot by A where Q by A is the heat flux
8. m hfg is the, as I said your latent heat of vaporization and m dot by a is a mass flux
9. Sometimes, the latent heat may be written in terms of the enthalpy change hfg. Sometimes,
10. it is neither by L nor by hfg. This is one of the very important property relations.
11. Again, I write this expression. Therefore, we get is that dp by dT is equal to L or hfg
12. vapor. So, hfg is also a function of temperature.
13. So, until and unless we know the functional relationship of hfg v v with temperature or
14. always higher than v l, hfg is a positive quantity, T is a positive quantity, dp by
15. as hfg by Tv v. For all liquids, v v is much much higher than the v l.
16. in some tables. Then we can have hf, hg, hfg, sf and sg. This is temperature, this is pressure,
17. hf is the enthalpy of saturated liquid and hg is the enthalpy of saturated vapour. hfg
18. and the saturated liquid or in other words, we can write hf plus hfg that is equal to
19. or the latent heat of condensation, whichever process we may consider. So, hfg has got a
20. Qlr that is equal to mass flow rate of the supply air ms into hfg the latent heat of