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A high-temperature wide-range humidity sensor has been developed using wetted material temperature measurement. A porous ceramic is used as a sensing element; it has a small tube for supplying water to maintain a wetted surface. However, the water supplied to the elements can affect the surface temperature. In this study, we experimentally investigate the accuracy of the developed sensor and its contributing factors-convective heat transfer, evaporation, radiant heat, and the water supplied todoi:10.1299/kikaib.78.686 fatcat:aoefzxocp5cjvej4q7vjax2s4a