potential density


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potential density

[pə′ten·chəl ′den·səd·ē]
(physics)
The density that would be reached by a compressible fluid if it were adiabatically compressed or expanded to a standard pressure of the bar.
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It also includes a 88-room hotel tower and spa, two developable land sites with a potential density of up to 700 rooms and a hotel management contract for the Jewel Grande Palmyra.
Ambrosi [4] given the Hamiltonain formulation subject to the gravity force for two different irrotational isoentropic fluids density and evaluated the momentum potential density and canonical variables.
The current status of the property, including existing zoning and potential density levels should be reviewed by experienced professionals in order to implement further land planning.
In those cases, if there were factors that would limit the potential density for a property, Ordinance and Law Insurance might be requested in order to ensure that the ownership entity will be compensated for any value lost on the property as the result of development limitations imposed upon the redevelopment/restoration of the property by the municipality.
In low pressure processing, these gases may readily diffuse from the polymer matrix restricting potential density reduction.
HBA representatives have twisted the meaning of "smart growth" to serve their own interests, essentially arguing against any standards that might reduce the potential density of some developments.
Do the tunnels and their easements limit the potential density or scale of future development?
Hyperlite is TDI-based foam that reportedly offers advantages in potential density reduction and ability to produce parts with a wide firmness range.
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