oven-dry

oven-dry

see moisture free.
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This study had three objectives: (i) to determine the variation in moisture content (MC), basic density (BD), wood specific gravity (SPG), green density (GD), air-dry density (ADD), oven-dry density (ODD), radial shrinkage, tangential shrinkage, volumetric shrinkage and the tangential to radial shrinkage (T/R) ratio in G.
This procedure was repeated for a total of five cycles of oven-dry and water-soak tests.
Herbs are far easier than fruits and vegetables to oven-dry because they dry more quickly and are more forgiving.
Hygroscopic water is the water content in air-dry soil minus the water content in oven-dry soil.
To oven-dry blueberries, spread rinsed and patted-dry berries in a single layer on a baking sheet and bake in center of a very low preheated 175-degree F oven four to five hours (depending on the amount of moisture in the berries), advises Dannenberg, adding that they should look like little raisins when done.
Calcium is typically much higher in hardwoods, varying from about 2000 to about 6000 mg/kg oven-dry pulp.
The oven-dry soils were gently hand-ground and sieved to <1 mm size.
of 15% contains 15 pounds of water for every 100 pounds of oven-dry wood fiber.
Presenting the preliminary results, Forestry Commission project leader, Mr Alan Armstrong, said: "The best site produced a remarkably high yield of 17 oven-dry tonnes of wood per hectare in year one.
After cooling in desiccators, the oven-dry weights of the specimens and theirs dimensions were measured.