transfer ratio

transfer ratio

[′tranz·fər ‚rā·shō]
(engineering)
From one point to another in a transducer at a specified frequency, the complex ratio of the generalized force or velocity at the second point to the generalized force or velocity applied at the first point; the generalized force or velocity includes not only mechanical quantities, but also other analogous quantities such as acoustical and electrical; the electrical quantities are usually electromotive force and current.
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This transfer of substances is called exhaust air transfer ratio (EATR) (1) and is depicted in Figure 1 for the example of an enthalpy wheel.
Oil revenues are c70 per cent yoy higher in 1H17 despite the OPEC production cuts thanks to higher oil prices as well as a higher fiscal transfer ratio from Saudi Aramco.
The fiscal transfer ratio has been pro-cyclical to oil prices and is broadly in line in 1H17 with the ratios achieved at similar levels of oil prices.
The recently released quarterly fiscal data suggest spending is tightly controlled, while the revenue increase is due to higher oil prices and likely a higher transfer ratio from Saudi Aramco.
It should be noted that the increase in voltage transfer ratio in all cases is achieved by significantly increase in the number of the passive circuit elements.
Product utilization with Aerocron primer is significantly higher, with up to a 95 percent transfer ratio and no overspray, eliminating related worker exposure and producing near-zero waste.
The liquid transfer ratio monotonically decreased with a decrease in the liquid thickness on the gravure roll surface, obeying a single curve for different blade thicknesses.
5 ppm) is the abbreviation of magnetization transfer ratio asymmetry at 3.
The better fiber control significantly improves the transfer ratio, reducing flying fiber, fiber recycling, loading and melting.
If the risk transfer ratio is greater than one it means that picking Distant Engagement transfers marginal risk to civilians at a greater than one-to-one ratio: soldiers are offloading larger risks to civilians in order to spare themselves smaller risks.
Within this constant rate scan, the transfer ratio was observed to be constant at 0.
In linear mode, the optocoupler output is a simple copy of the input signal with its amplitude a product of the input signal and the current transfer ratio (CTR).