total evaporation


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total evaporation

[′tōd·əl i‚vap·ə′rā·shən]
(hydrology)
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Using equation 39 and with regard to the total evaporation obtained using pan evaporation during eight months, is measured about 1594 mm, Error of the measured and calculated values can be seen in the table below.
Total evaporation of the effluent and recycling of the water back to the process has been recognised as the best technical solution to the problem.
The evaporation of n-decane differs distinctively from the well-known case of water droplet evaporation [8], in which nonstationary evaporation only takes about 20 percent of total evaporation time.
For example ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1965), the total evaporation losses of 1.
One of the key technologies, without a doubt, is the low total evaporation of just three to four per cent, plus energy feed precisely matched to the boiling phase," the company said in a statement.
The complaint alleges that during 12/10/99 through 1/4/00, FreeMarkets saw its stock price soar from its Initial Public Offering ("IPO") price of $48 per share to $350 per share as FreeMarkets misrepresented the true status of its relationship with General Motors, concealing the fact that General Motors, one of FreeMarkets' largest customers, had signed an agreement with Commerce One to create an Internet auction site which would result in the total evaporation of all of FreeMarkets' business from General Motors.
We define total evaporation, [Alpha](t), as the ratio of the total amount of evaporation up to time t, E(t), based on the initial amount of the volatile components present, [E.
According to the Complaint, between December 10, 1999 and January 4, 2000 (the "Class Period"), FreeMarkets saw its stock price soar from its Initial Public Offering ("IPO") price of $48 per share to $350 per share as FreeMarkets misrepresented the true status of its relationship with General Motors, concealing the fact that General Motors, one of FreeMarkets' largest customers, had signed an agreement with Commerce One to create an Internet auction site which would result in the total evaporation of all of FreeMarkets' business from General Motors.
While a total evaporation of liquidity from the credit markets is a far worse scenario for Britain, the economy is already suffering from its own localized credit crunch.
The complaint alleges that during 12/10/99 through 1/4/00, FreeMarkets saw its stock price soar from its Initial Public Offering ("IPO") price of $48 per share to $350 per share as FreeMarkets misrepresented the true status of its relationship with General Motors, concealing the fact that General Motors, one of FreeMarkets's largest customers, had signed an agreement with Commerce One to create an internet auction site which would result in the total evaporation of all of FreeMarkets's business from General Motors.
Hence, for example, the "copper-full quantity" which is to be heated up is a basic item of necessary information, which again is established by the total evaporation rate during the cooking of the wort.
Specifically, FreeMarkets concealed the fact that General Motors had signed an agreement with Commerce One to create an Internet auction site which would result in the total evaporation of all of FreeMarkets' business from General Motors.

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