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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The bug sucks the contents of rice grains in the milking stage, causing moisture loss and discoloration.
Another helpful benefit of niacinamide is that it can help renew and restore the surface of skin against moisture loss and dehydration.
Most of us are afraid of the moisture loss problem that aggravates each time we wash our face.
This product helps to restore hydration, while reducing moisture loss and provides calming and soothing benefits.
Scientists at The Ohio State University found that changing the batter formulation in deep-fat frying by using a combination of flours, starches, gums and other ingredients makes it possible to control moisture loss and reduce oil uptake during the frying process.
Fortunately, you don't have to accept the role of passive victim when dry skin strikes; Bowes shares several ingredients to look for in your skin care products that protect against moisture loss from the skin.
Chemtexs ALSTA HYDROGEL is the ideal water conservation technology to curb the predominant problem of water scarcity in agriculture while limiting environmental losses like ground water contamination and soil degradation by moisture loss.
Considering also moisture loss of the branches and trunks biomass of the two sample units after 15 days under storage in piles, the biomass dried considerably, reaching moisture content below 25%, both for branches and trunks.
Too mulch rhubarb Mulch rhubarb with a thick layer of well-rotted manure to keep it healthy and reduce moisture loss through the soil.
The product is a dermal-replacement layer that "consists of a porous, three-dimensional matrix, comprised of bovine collagen and chondroitin-6-sulfate," with a temporary epidermal silicone layer "to provide immediate wound coverage and control moisture loss.
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.