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mass ratio

[′mas ′rā·shō]
(aerospace engineering)
The ratio of the mass of the propellant charge of the rocket to the total mass of the rocket when charged with the propellant.
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Therefore, optimum washing conditions used in further experiments were: stirring rate 250 rpm, reaction temperature 80[degrees]C, liquid-to-solid mass ratio 7:1 and duration 30 min.
At the present moment big attention is paid to experimental verification of possible proton-electron mass ratio variation.
3) Based on the quality indicators of 24h TS, the optimum condition of hot-pressing for the composite board was estimated to include the resin content of 15%, hot-pressing temperature of 135[degrees]C, hot-pressing time of 8min, and the mass ratio of waste wood and paper of 7:13.
Many of these traits, such as bottom diameter and thickness, bottom fresh mass/head fresh mass ratio, primary head length and diameter, bract base length and diameter, are involved in the head quality for in natura consumption.
The mass ratio of the sample was determined by applying the calibration curve to the area count ratio of the sample.
308/a, effective temperatures 7450 and 4650K, luminosities 88% and 12%, inclination 77[degrees], and mass ratio 0.
LM-LEG/ BM mass ratio was associated with all measures of LLPF in CON and only gait-related tasks in persons with MS.
Figure 2 shows the influence of the mass ratio of starch and rapeseed cake on the absorption properties of the composites versus a fixed amount of glycerol (Table 2, Nos 8-13).
According to Bailey, one problem with this scenario is that the mass ratio of the two stars in a binary system is typically no more than 10-to-1, asserting that in our case, the mass ratio is more than 100-to-1.
In our case, the mass ratio is more than 100-to-1," she said.
While the container remained on the mass balance, the curing agent was slowly added until the desired mass ratio was achieved.