absolute volume

absolute volume

[′ab·sə‚lüt ′väl·yüm]
(engineering)
The total volume of the particles in a granular material, including both permeable and impermeable voids but excluding spaces between particles.

absolute volume

1. Of a granular material, the total volume of the particles, including the permeable and impermeable voids, but excluding the spaces between the particles.
2. Of fluid, the volume which the fluid occupies.
3. The displacement volume of an ingredient of concrete or mortar.
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Critical factors taken into simultaneous consideration included regulatory requirements, absolute volume limits and percentage limits for specific asset characteristics needed to achieve greater risk diversification.
An absolute volume decline of rail traffic is theoretically possible.
This will be followed by the USA and Hong Kong SAR in terms of the absolute volume of foreign arrivals in that year.
In absolute volume terms, Cypriot economic output will be at its highest level ever been.
Due to their high-volume business models and considerable reliance on robust IT systems, operational risk is a key rating sensitivity, in particular considering the banks' low absolute volume of capital.
By annual increase in the absolute volume of foreign arrivals, however, these positions were reversed with Asia receiving close to 25 million additional foreign arrivals between 2016 and 2017, followed by the Americas with a gain of almost 8.6 million and the Pacific with around 1.4 million additional foreign arrivals received over that period, the report said.
Petro-Logistics did not specify the absolute volume of Iran's exports in May or April.
In addition, myoelectric activity on muscles of the shoulder and the elbow and blood lactate concentrated increased while the absolute volume load decreased.
The simulation results discussed below can either be expressed in absolute volume or relative to the nominal volume.
specific gravity and absorption, Loss Angeles abrasion, sulfate soundness, shape test, fineness modulus and sand equivalent.On obtaining satisfactory results of coarse aggregate tests, concrete mix designs for class-A, class-B, class-C and class-D were devised by absolute volume method (ACI-211.1).