Steam containing no moisture. Commercially dry steam containing not more than 0.5 percent moisture.


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PINT

Abbreviated pt. 1. A unit of volume, used in the United States for measurement of liquid substances, equal to 1/8 U.S. gallon, or 231/8 cubic inches, or 4.73176473 10 4 cubic meter. Also known as liquid pint (liq pt). 2. A unit of volume used in the United States for measurement of solid substances, equal to 1/64 U.S. bushel, or 107,521/3200 cubic inches, or approximately 5.50610 10 4 cubic meter. Also known as dry pint (dry pt). 3. A unit of volume, used in the United Kingdom for measurement of liquid and solid substances, although usually the former, equal to 1/8 imperial gallon, or 5.6826125 10 4 cubic meter. Also known as imperial pint.

PERCENTCOMPACTION

Theratio,expressed as a percentage, of dry unit weight of a soil to maximum unit weight obtained in a laboratory compaction test.

PAPERMACHINE

[MECHENG] A synchronized series of mechanical devices for transforming a dilute suspension of cellulose fibers into a dry sheet of paper.

MAGNETIC PULLEY

Magnetized pulley device for a conveyor belt; removes tramp iron from dry products being moved by the belt.

IMPOUNDING RESERVOIR

A reservoir with outlets controlled by gates that release stored surface water as needed in a dry season; may also store water for domestic or industrial use or for flood control. Also known as storage reservoir.

HOT-AIRSTERILIZATION

Amethodofsterilization using dry heat for glassware and other heatresistant materials which need to be dry after treatment; temperatures of 160165 C are generated for at least 2 hours.

ABSOLUTE HUMIDITY

Amount of moisture in the air, indicated in kg/kg of dry air.

GRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS

A method of analysis whereby the dry weight of contaminant per unit volume of fluid can be measured showing the degree of contamination in terms of milligrams of contaminant per liter of fluid.

FARDAGE

A wood placed in bottom of ship to keep cargo dry

HAZE

Fine dust or salt particles in the air, too small to be individually apparent but in sufficient number to reduce horizontal visibility and give the atmosphere a characteristic hazy appearance which casts a bluish or yellowish veil over the landscape, subduing its colors. This is sometimes called a dry haze to distinguish it from damp haze, small water droplets or very hygroscopic particles in the air, smaller and more scattered than light fog.

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