reduced volume

reduced volume

[ri′düst ′väl·yəm]
(thermodynamics)
The ratio of the specific volume of a substance to its critical volume.
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As for the worst affected motorcycle production, the factory resumed assembly of key models at a reduced volume on June 6, and since then the volume has increased in stages.
The number of employees in the textile industry has dropped from 44,000 in 2007 to 35,000 in 2014 and the reason for this, according to the Textile Industry Association, is the reduced volume of orders and the employees' going abroad to work as season workers.
Sales have been dropping but the same number of customers are doing business at a reduced volume.
It reflected slight monetary trading value and reduced volume of stocks, thus sending the bourse into the red zone.
SEVERE LOSS OF BLOOD OR BODY FLUID An accident may lead to profuse bleeding, either internally or externally, resulting in a reduced volume of blood circulating in the body.
The major factor for the poor results of the company is said to be the reduced volume of transport of various materials on the Danube River.
The picture shows a wheel with the Smart support illustrating the reduced volume of support material required.
4% on the year due to the reduced volume of the export business.
Remaining direct deposit encoding clients also have seen courier costs rise significantly because of reduced volume, CU*Answers said.
Due to the greatly reduced volume in the sales market nationwide and New York City in particular, we have slimmed down to a team that has experience in good markets and bad," he said.
As a unique cellulase preparation, BakeZyme WholeGain can combat the issues of reduced volume and unappealing crumb, which often occur when producing high fibre bread.
There was] reduced volume in the Packaging Services segment [but] sales are near our 2006 forecast, and we expect significantly improved results in the second half of 2006.

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