A question thugh. Once woodgas above dewpoint meets the 60% humid air, the humidity of the mix shuld fall considerably. But it is not lost, its just not in a liquid state anymore. Does this gaseous water not dilute gas?
Woodgas above dewpoint (dry), at what temperature?
Woodgas on continuosly lowering temp until condensing and then re-heated?
60% humid air at ambient temperature?
Was the question about hot woodgas above dewpoint mixing together with air of 60% humidity at ambient temperature?
If the woodgas is first cooled down to ambient temperature, condensing out water = 100% gas humidity and then mixed with ambient 60% humid air,
the result is increasing mix humidity!, as to ambient air 60% humid!
Increased relative humidity at ambient temperature is = dilution of the gas!
If the woodgas had not been cooled to ambient temp and condensed, before the mixing, the mix would have been furthermore diluted by humidity!
So, to Matt:
Do not mix hot gas and air before the gas has been cooled and condense taken out!
After the gas condensation: Reheat the gas and apply warm paper filtering! Physically kept warm paperfilter.
Weld the paperfilter bucket on a hot common surface = cyclone!
Then mix with air!
Of course, the paper filter comes no earlier than as the third or fourth stadge of filtration! Otherwise it is a compleat “birding service”!
In swedish = bear service.