diversity factor


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diversity factor

[də′vər·səd·ē ‚fak·tər]
(electricity)
Ratio of the sum of the individual maximum demands to total maximum demand, as applied to an electrical distribution system.

diversity factor

1. In an electric wiring system, the ratio of the sum of the individual maximum demands of the various subsystems to the maximum demand of the whole system.
2. In a gas piping system, the ratio of the maximum probable demand to the maximum possible demand.
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The DC load is working at 75% of capacity with a diversity factor of 0.
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Army 1979), DOE-2 (DOE 1981), and most recently EnergyPlus (DOE 2005), the total number of people occupying the building is estimated, and then multiplied by a diversity factor profile.
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The two subscales on the PBADS include the Personal Beliefs about Diversity factor (15 items, e.
Occupancy rate, also referred as occupancy diversity factor or occupancy schedule, is commonly used in building simulation practice to estimate time dependent occupancy related loads, such as internal gains from people, hot water usage, and etc.
2000) "Individual and Organizational Accountabilities Reducing Stereotypes and Prejudice within the Workplace", Diversity Factor, 8(2): 14-19.
Now I obviously have a vested interest in all the arguments that prove that your company needs it; and I have a plethora of horror stories about organizations, mergers, projects that have all cost zillions more than they should have because somebody didn't pay attention to the diversity factor.
For example, an all-male board may decide to give a diversity factor a higher weighting so that if a qualified female candidate is rated highly on enough of the other characteristics, she would be selected.
1-2010 which reintroduced occupancy diversity factor tables similar to ASHRAE 90.
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