loss evaluation

loss evaluation

[′lȯs i‚val·yə′wā·shən]
(electricity)
A method of achieving an economic balance between buyer and seller in adding material to a transformer design to get lower losses, in which one calculates a value in dollars per kilowatt for load loss and for no-load loss.
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Choose a national or local provider who offers onsite services to work with adjusters to assist in loss evaluation, provide service support and recommend a course of action.
com to request a hair loss evaluation and consultation.
New Loss Evaluation Analytics Service Creates Roadmap of Care to Support Litigation Claims
As an immediate first step, the authorities should get together and conduct a loss evaluation of the latest incident, said Mr Gilani.
Loss evaluation in such a district is very rough, and it is impossible to ascertain whether loss sources are at low--or medium-voltage level.
This system is a hedge on the loss evaluation process.
Also, the customer service provided during the implementation and the systems integration with our internal application, mirrored the excellent service we had come to expect from ADP with their other traditional estimating and total loss evaluation products.
In a post-camp weight loss evaluation of older campers -- those who did not increase in height during the follow-up period -- the group continued to lose weight, averaging 7.
Through the integrated service partners, eJusterSuite(TM) enables insurance adjusters and claims managers to arrange for a tow, secure a rental car, order multiple components of an accident scene investigation, request a desk review of an estimate or appraisal and/or send a request for a total loss evaluation.
Feinberg was previously the Director of the Pregnancy Loss Evaluation Program at Penn, and is currently a member of the clinical faculty at Yale University School of Medicine.
The decrease in earnings for 1994 was due to the Company's implementation of more stringent loan loss evaluation system and losses from the sale of securities, both in the fourth quarter of 1994.
Our preliminary estimate is based on a combination of factors, including an extensive review of our ground-up account loss evaluations for our direct insurance portfolio, our modeled results, preliminary information received from clients and brokers, and industry loss estimates.