moisture loss

moisture loss

[′mȯis·chər ‚lȯs]
(mechanical engineering)
The difference in heat content between the moisture in the boiler exit gases and that of moisture at ambient air temperature.
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Central heating causes moisture loss, damp weather causes frizz, while going from hot to cold environments plays havoc with the hair's natural pH state - opening up cuticles and leaving the cortex, or central part of the hair shaft, exposed to damage.
Higher temperatures and contact times promoted moisture loss and a gain in solids levels.
Further, shaving disrupts the skin's barrier function, promoting dryness through moisture loss.
Mulch permanent containers with compost topped with a layer of gravel or cocoa shells to cut down moisture loss.
We've developed a highly innovative method to reduce the moisture loss that occurs naturally during thawing for all proteins, and particularly premium proteins such as lobster, simultaneously improving taste and texture," Hollis explained.
Mulch | permanent containers with compost topped with a layer of gravel or cocoa shells to cut down moisture loss.
Oral supplementation with GLA-an omega-6 oil that prevents moisture loss.
For example, one test involves inserting an artificial sweating foot into the boot to measure the rate of moisture loss under controlled conditions.
It was expected that the rate of soil moisture loss over time would be substantially reduced near CWD, as indicated by the effects of organic mulch on soil moisture content (Chung and Horton 1987).
Then, to maintain a sustainable soil, add the compost and cover the soil with mulch to eliminate moisture loss and soil erosion during the cold months.
It's a wrap-up IT sounds obvious, but covering up with scarves, hats and earmuffs will help avoid moisture loss.