Numerical study of the partial oxidation of a coal particle in steam and dry air atmospheres
Effect of dry-air chilling on sensory descriptive profiles of cooked broiler breast meat deboned four hours after the initiation of chilling1
Performance of N95 FFRs Against Combustion and NaCl Aerosols in Dry and Moderately Humid Air: Manikin-based Study
High-light damage in air-dry thalli of the old forest lichen Lobaria pulmonaria—interactions of irradiance, exposure duration and high temperature
Seed development and maturation in Phaseolus vulgaris II. Post-harvest longevity in air-dry storage
The use of distillers dried grains plus solubles as a feed ingredient on air emissions and performance from laying hens
A Model of the Effect of Temperature and Moisture on Pollen Longevity in Air-dry Storage Environments
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1 In physical meteorology, air that contains no water vapour whatsoever.
2 In synoptic meteorology, air with a low relative humidity, often defined as below 60 per cent.
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