demand rate

demand rate

[də′mand ‚rāt]
(electricity)
The maximum amount of electric power that must be kept available to a customer.
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Otherwise, by counting duplicate orders as true demand, you overestimate the demand rate, and by counting the cancellations of duplicate orders as lost sales, you overestimate customers' sensitivity to delay, and then you wind up with excess capacity.
Employing the CellNet NMR system, UE will have energy theft detection and outage reports, and will be able to offer these large residential, commercial and industrial customers summary billing, time of use and demand rate metering, and other advanced services to analyze usage data and better manage resources -- previously impossible with only monthly readings.
The report said the corporation has been monitoring selected real estate companies that offer longer instalment periods to observe the demand rate, and noticed that they offer longer premium systems.
Abdullah Al-Sheheri, a dealer in the real estate market said the Royal Decree will develop several lands for housing projects in different regions which will increase the supply ratio against the demand rate.
Therefore, the main decision variables in this system are Q and r which depend on safety stock considerations in addition to demand rate and lead times.
Failing that, regulators should demand rate filings and prohibit the insurers from passing on kickbacks or other unjustified charges.
Swapan Kumar Manna (2010) developed two deterministic economic production quantity (EPQ) models for Weibull-distribution deteriorating items with demand rate as ramp type function of time.
p,q] cost of assigning pth machine with qth configuration from the feasible alternative machine configurations to perform an operation at specified demand rate
It needs the help of its landlords because it has been squeezed as councils and primary care trusts, which pay for more than 70% of its customers, demand rate reductions, while its rents have risen.
Southern Cross has been squeezed in recent months as councils and primary care trusts, which pay for more than 70% of its customers, demand rate reductions, while its rents have risen.
It is being squeezed as councils and primary care trusts, which pay for more than 70% of its customers, demand rate reductions while rents have risen, and seek more competitive rates from rivals.