control factor


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control factor

The ratio of the minimum compressive strength of a material, such as concrete, to the average compressive strength.
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1]--the value of the response variable at the low level of the control factor in question n--the number of experiments performed
For an experiment with three control factors these models would require 13 and 15 sets of experimental conditions.
Additional Interior Lighting Power Allowance = Lighting Power Under Control (watts) x Control Factor (specific to the given control strategy by space type, from Table 9.
The Taguchi method not only can generate the response plots to illustrate the quality changes caused by varying each factor, but also can perform the analysis of variance (ANOVA) to enable the engineer to quantitatively estimate the relative contribution of each control factor to the overall measured response.
CONTROL FACTOR - Lance Bishop was an ordinary, energetic, happily married salesman for a large insurance conglomerate.
This suggests that the sun may provide clear evidence in the next few decades that it is the primary climate control factor.
Results from the application of a 10 percent concentration of Insecolo are considered to have a very good effect with a 78-80 percent control factor.
It also consolidated various quality control factors into a single platform for efficient risk ratio measurement and proper classification of each medicine, from low- to high-risk categories.
It also consolidates various quality control factors to combine them into a single platform for efficient risk ratio measurement and proper classification of each medicine, from low- to high-risk categories.
Instead of focusing separately on installed LPDs, control strategies, and control factors and exceptions, the Controlled LPD approach would utilize space-by-space end-use LPDs that have already incorporated expected savings from controls into the LPD.
The OHSAS 18001:2007 Certification ensures a proactive and preventive emphasis on risk control factors by identifying and assessing the likelihood of hazards in the workplace.
Although we are unable to control factors such as coal price and coal demand, the management team is proactively taking all the sensible steps and measures to manage current market conditions whilst leaving the group well placed to benefit when the market improves.