- dry weight
- The weight of an engine less the weight of fuel, lubricants, and coolants but inclusive of the weight of accessories.
Aviation dictionary. 2014.
Look at other dictionaries:
Dry weight — Dry mass redirects here. For the Catholic devotion, see Missa Sicca. For the mass of a soil sample or an object when dried, see dry matter. Dry weight is the weight of a vehicle without any consumables, passengers, or cargo. It is one of the two… … Wikipedia
dry weight — The weight of a vehicle without any fuel, oil, or coolant. Also see curb weight gross vehicle weight … Dictionary of automotive terms
dry weight — The weight of tissue obtained following sufficiently prolonged oven drying at high temperature to remove all water. Freeze drying may also be employed but generates a slightly different result because bound water is not removed. See: free water … Glossary of Biotechnology
Dry weight (motorcycle) — Dry weight is an unstandardized technical measurement that refers to the weight of a motorcycle without any consumables, passengers, or cargo. It is one of the two common weight measurements included in motorcycle specifications, the other one… … Wikipedia
Dry weight (automobile) — Dry weight is a technical term that refers to the weight of an automobile without any consumables, passengers, or cargo. It is one of the two common weight measurements included in automobile specifications, the other one being curb weight.By… … Wikipedia
gross dry weight — The weight of a power plant, including the propeller hub, all starters, primers, exhaust systems, fluid filters, air inlets, and accessories and excluding the cooling system, fluid tanks, and supply systems and instruments … Aviation dictionary
Dry matter — The dry matter (or otherwise knows as dry weight) is a measurement of the mass of something when completely dried. The dry matter of plant and animal material would be its solids, i.e. all its constituents excluding water. The dry matter of food… … Wikipedia
weight — The force of gravity acting upon a body. It is measured in Newtons. See advance weight, axle weight balance weight balancing weight centrifugal weight clip on weight counterweight curb weight distributor weight … Dictionary of automotive terms
Dry Dock Complex (Detroit, Michigan) — Dry Dock Engine Works Detroit Dry Dock Company Complex U.S. National Register of Historic Places … Wikipedia
Dry cleaning — (or dry cleaning) is any cleaning process for clothing and textiles using a chemical solvent other than water. The solvent used is typically tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene), abbreviated perc in the industry and dry cleaning fluid by the… … Wikipedia