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appurtenance

1. Any built-in, nonstructural portion of a building, such as doors, windows, ventilators, electrical equipment, partitions, etc.
2. An incidental property right, as a right-of-way.
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Unlike the Crisp / Fuzzy / Intuitionistic Fuzzy / Neutrosophic Hypersoft Sets [where the degree of appurtenance of an element x to the set M is with respect to all attribute values tall, white, female, Italian together (as a whole), therefore a degree of appurtenance with respect to a set of attribute values], the Plithogenic Hypersoft Set is a refinement of Crisp / Fuzzy / Intuitionistic Fuzzy / Neutrosophic Hypersoft Sets [since the degree of appurtenance of an element x to the set M is with respect to each single attribute value].
In this instance [L.sub.W,ACTUAL] denotes the sound power level of the appurtenance only, [L.sub.W,APPURTENANCE] represents the measured sound power level for appurtenance and test fan installed, and [L.sub.W,BASELINE] signifies the measured sound power level for the baseline case.
Post-incident metallurgical and mechanical tests and inspections of the line pipe, fittings, bends, and other appurtenances indicated pipe with weld misalignment, improper bevels of transitions, improper back welds, and improper support of the pipe and appurtenances.
End use applications include fittings, piping and appurtenances. The approved water contact temperature is Commercial Hot (82[degrees]C or 180[degrees]F).