expansion factor

expansion factor

[ik′span·shən ‚fak·tər]
(navigation)
In radio hyperbolic navigation, a factor representing the degree to which the hyperbolas of a given group of hyperbolic lines of position diverge as the distance from the base line increases.
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314 Kg/Mtr Material Electrolytic Copper, Expansion Factor 17X10-6 As Per Rdso Specification
In a previous paper [8], we have succeeded in obtaining an expression for the expansion factor
In the mid-2000s, there was also a research effort launched (4,5) to improve the expansion factor correlation used in the orifice meter flow equation.
Expansion factor is 40-60 times the original volume.
and 7, which ate respectively equations TO find: Thermal expansion, a Thermal expansion factor for Griaaeii-Spielvogel.
By contrast, copy-based storage methods have a 300 percent to 400 percent expansion factor, which increases cost and synchronization traffic.
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Number of log types changed per iteration -- The maximum number of log types that could be selected per iteration were varied from 1 to 3 in combination with the expansion factor for price and SED increments.
Health-related use of the Internet is a key expansion factor in a 20-year "long boom" economic cycle driven by the Web and technology.
Our cement have got exceptional high comprehensive strength, ideal setting time, low expansion factor an d better resistant to Sulphate attacks.
The DRO 200 series' scale factor (multiplier) feature enables the operator to machine a part to print size while allowing for a shrinkage or expansion factor of the part.
The sample is based on the universe of all real estate mortgages, not total assets held by banks, but only one expansion factor is used to translate the sample's results into totals for all banks.