What is the difference between sensible heat and latent heat in psychrometric processes?

Sensible heat refers to the heat energy that is transferred between systems due to a temperature difference, resulting in a change in temperature. Latent heat, on the other hand, is the energy required to change the state of a substance (e.g., from liquid to vapor or vice versa) without a change in temperature. In psychrometric processes, both sensible and latent heat play important roles in determining the conditions of air and its interaction with the environment. Understanding the distinction between these two types of heat is crucial for designing and optimizing HVAC systems.