Finds the Wet Bulb temperature in degrees Fahrenheit using Ambient Temperature, Dewpoint Temperature, and surface pressure. Uses the bisection search method, and will always work.
Also uses some temperature conversion functions I added along with a logarithm function to allow one to take the logarithm of a number regardless of the logarithm's base, since there is apparently no built-in function for that already.
Includes extensive documentation and built-in comments should explain everything properly.
Rolf Goodwin (2023). Wet Bulb (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/50785-wet-bulb), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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