free moisture

free moisture

[′frē ′mȯis·chər]
(mining engineering)
Water in a sample of coal that can be removed simply by drying in air.

free moisture

Moisture not retained or absorbed by aggregate.
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Compressing the air causes the air to become very hot, and when this air cools down to a specific temperature, free moisture, or condensate, is released into the air stream.