maintenance factor

maintenance factor

The ratio of illumination on a given area after a period of time to the initial illumination on the same area; used in lighting calculations to account for the depreciation of lamps or reflective surfaces (or the like). also see light loss factor.
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One of the many benefits of owning a new build home is the low maintenance factor, allowing homeowners to escape a cycle of continuous DIY jobs.
26 kW of cooling power per 1 kW of electric power Ma = maintenance factor Mo = number of months in a year d = number of days in a month h = number of hours in a day k = charge per kWh, $ f = discount to consumer factor Pu = pump power consumption, kWh
Gravity water purifiers segment has also gained some ground over the last few years on account of low cost and maintenance factor.
Therefore, the results of operations of structures in the compartments of a, b, c, d, e, and have influence on flood peak discharge respectively 29, 6, 12, 24 and 17% lower peak discharge gives the table (3), (4), (5) changes the focus, cn maintenance factor, peak discharge, runoff and rainfall each Sub- basin.
The maintenance factor is not only expensive in terms of downtime, but also laborious to clean or coat away corroded shell panels and weld or gasket patches.
That data is used in the calculation of average illuminance along with room sizes that are approximate, coefficients of utilization with estimated room size and finishes, and then multiplied by a maintenance factor that varies between 0.
The initial visit to case studies reveals that design of building has been carried out without consideration of maintenance factor.
Um, there's a maintenance factor that's going on with Luke, but he's OK," Jackson said when asked about Walton's fitness after Monday's practice.
The new construction-minimum maintenance factor is considered a bonus for first-time homebuyers who may not have the extra cash on hand for the immediate repairs that are often necessary in older homes, explained Mr.
Most composites are paintable, but eventually the paint will age and you'll have to repaint, increasing the maintenance factor.
In the PCA solution, the exploration factor accounted for 29% of the variance, the establishment factor accounted for 24% of the variance, the maintenance factor accounted for 25% of the variance, and the disengagement factor accounted for 22% of the variance.
WJC extends the life of your seating by guaranteeing incredible strength, colorfastness and a very low maintenance factor in high-use locations (simply wipe up spills

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