dry air

dry air

[¦drī ′er]
(meteorology)
Air that contains no water vapor.

dry air

Air that contains no water vapor. It weighs .07651 lb/ft3 in a standard atmosphere.
References in classic literature ?
The hills sweated the ghi and sugar suet off his bones; the dry air, taken sobbingly at the head of cruel passes, firmed and built out his upper ribs; and the tilted levels put new hard muscles into calf and thigh.
The second and third molar virial coefficients of dry air and their derivatives are calculated using Lemmon et al.
The automatic cleaning mechanism uses 60-psig clean, dry air and a standard 110/1/60 power supply.
This oil-free system delivers clean dry air that is 99.
In addition, it is possible to achieve a temperature below initial wet bulb by manipulating use of a fraction of the produced lower energy dry air as scavenger air, but the size of the heat exchanger required to do so is impracticable.
While this has been present, so has there been stress placed on this belt of dry air by the convection from the heated land surface beneath.
This technology is used to supply cold, dry air to aircraft at sub-zero temperatures.
The unique quad core design allows the tips to dry instantly, ensuring dry air from the tip.
A single MDU will actually deliver a larger volume of dry air than five 900 cfm air compressors or three 1,600 cfm air compressors.
The "V" shaped design condenses the footprint compared with a typical dry air cooling tower saving valuable real estate.
According to the Jordan Meteorological Department, it will be hot both Monday and Tuesday with northwesterly moderate to brisk winds and the kingdom will remain under the effect of the hot and dry air mass.
The integrated Total Air System (TAS) dryer and filtration option provides clean, dry air in a single package.