base quantity

base quantity

[′bās ′kwän·ə·tē]
(physics)
One of a small number of physical quantities in a system of measurement that are defined, independent of other physical quantities, by means of a physical standard and by procedures for comparing the quantity to be measured with the standard. Also known as fundamental quantity.
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1, 2] and unchanged in the New SI) Base quantity Name Base unit Name Symbol time second s length meter m mass kilogram kg electric current ampere A thermodynamic temperature kelvin K amount of substance mole mol luminous intensity candela cd
According to New Flyer, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada has ordered a base quantity of 15 40-foot, low-floor diesel electric buses with assignable options for an additional 15; South Coast Area Transit in Oxnard, CA has ordered eight 40-foot gasoline electric low-floor buses; and the City and County of Honolulu's Department of Transportation Services has ordered a base quantity of 40 40-foot diesel electric buses with assignable options for an additional 40.
6) above the base quantity of + 30% of the value of quantitative difference is tartalmazza.
1 of 2 reception in the base quantity and an optional quantity, degree offered by the bidder.
Technical value: performance analysis judged on the basis of technical data and the analysis of samples provided or on the basis of their current daily use: 70%; - Price: analyzed based on the unit price of (HT) base quantity unit: 30%.