The silage analysed at DM 27.9%, D-value
76.7%, ME12.3 MJ/kg and CP 15.9%.
wgo ms This silage has been analysed and has come back with dry matter content at 43 per cent, protein 19.9 per cent, and D-Value
71.7 per cent.
Other advantages include a smaller D-value
, allowing the H145 to operate in more confined areas, simplified maintenance, and an increased availability rate.
However, the permeability D-value
([K.sub.3] - [k.sub.0]) decreases monotonously as soil LL increases.
The average linear distance between the lens equator and ciliary process, the difference value (D-value
) between the same cross section of the above bilateral linear distance in the normal subjects and the lens subluxation in the most significant direction, the diagnostic accuracy, and the testing times obtained with 25 and 50 MHz UBM were compared.
The mean D-value
for each survival curve was determined by each inactivation rate.
Group 3 months Statistical test Anterior drawer DB 20% [chi square]= 0.254 test Positive-Rate SBL 25% P= 0.613 Lachman test DB 20% [chi square]= 0.284 Positive-Rate SBL 25% P= 0.593 Stress radiography DB 4.4 [+ or -] 0.3 mm Duncan D-Value
(I/N) SBL 4.6 [+ or -] 0.3 mm n.s.
(2) The larger is the distance, the smaller are both the RSSI value and the RSSI D-Value
between a value measured at a place and the value at the adjacent place.
Thus the D-value
will be an apparent diffusion coefficient value.
The speed of [p.sub.2] can be concluded by distance and time d-value
between [p.sub.1] and [p.sub.2].
In this study an attempt was made by studying the comparison between the design results of a multi-storied moment resisting frame structure in Karachi using the D-value
method and ETABS software.
Many fingerprinting algorithms take the D-value
of RSSI signatures to average a user and a reference location received as the basic parameter to compute the weights in an inverse correlation way.