absolute efficiency

absolute efficiency

[′ab·sə‚lüt ə′fish·ən·sē]
(engineering acoustics)
The ratio of the power output of an electroacoustic transducer, under specified conditions, to the power output of an ideal electroacoustic transducer.
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Since, the exercise is extremely focused therefore to ensure absolute efficiency super high risk areas have been divided into three zones east, west and south," said the additional special secretary.
Sri Lanka with its absolute efficiency rather than any flamboyant approach outplayed its opponents easily.
The mayor freely, consciously, and voluntarily ordered state-run companies with no experience to take over a task that, for years, had been carried out with absolute efficiency by private operators.
Throw any task at it, and the Note 3 will complete it with absolute efficiency and ease.
The planned capacity of the complex shall be about 1,500 people per day, which can provide absolute efficiency of the complex in the busiest holidays and contest days.
Therefore we deal here with the absolute efficiency, which doesn't involve the comparison with alternatives of that action;
The proposed cogeneration process compared with the conventional system results with absolute efficiency increasing of 35,5%.
She has developed a specialty serving professionals in the hedge fund community who require absolute efficiency, privacy, and expert knowledge of the current real estate market.
In the first case, the estimator is called absolute efficiency written as (Laurec & Le Guen 1981, Buestel et al.
Atkinson and Halvorsen [1,653] define absolute efficiency as occurring "if the value of the marginal product of each input is equated to the input's market price.
The new Heraeus SOL9600 Series for conventional c-Si solar cells has demonstrated up to a 35% decrease in contact resistance on regular and high sheet emitter wafers and an absolute efficiency improvement of up to 0.