This isn't a university question, but a real life one, and I was hoping to get some help with this problem.

**There are 2 streams from 2 pipes merging into one:**- Air @ 60C with 0% RH
- Wet DSG (10% Water Content)

**Info: **When the two streams merge into one, the volumetric flow rate is 5000m3/h of material and air at 60C and there is 14 kg/h of water vapour. The pipe diameter is 300mm.

The streams merge into one (with the above properties) and then travel along an insulated pipe for 25meters. What I would like to calculate is whether the air can suck up all the moisture from the wet DSG and spill out air dry DSG and wet air at the end of 25 meters.

I am completely stumped by what I figure to be quite a simple problem.

**Here are my attempts at solving it:**
I first tried idealizing the situation, using basic thermo principles such as Q=MC(T2-T1), taking away the fact that the streams were moving and realized that moving streams do contribute a large part.

I also tried

adiabatic mixing, but that didn't pan out either because this process is non-adiabatic.

Any ideas? Thanks