conductive loss

conductive loss

The net decrease in heat within a space as a result of losses to the exterior and/or heat losses caused by exfiltration.
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An audiogram demonstrated a right maximal conductive loss and a Carhart notch.
Such differences, smaller than those obtained in the present study, were expected in view of the fact that adolescents or children with hearing loss respond better in tonal audiometry [15] when compared to young children with conductive loss.
Also, the high occurrence of conductive loss is noted in children and adults group.
A proforma was used to collect the data such as age, gender, perforation size and location, conductive loss present or absent, surgical approach, technique, post surgical results and complications.
The most important input variables are conductive loss, sensorineural loss and age.
On the other hand, the conductive loss will be relatively large compared to the dielectric loss, so its influence on the transmission loss will increase.
Conductive loss occurs when sound does not travel properly from the outside world to the inner ear.
20 and 30 wt%), the main variable affecting the loss factor may be explained by the conductive loss related to the first term (i.e.
The chapters on thermal transmission and solar heat, taken together, deal properly with what is often oversimplified, and correctly make the case for the effective U-value as an appropriate thermal performance indicator (in which solar gain can be used to compensate for conductive loss).
An inner vessel wrapped with insulating tape is used to prevent conductive loss. To this end, aluminum foil insulating tape is never allowed to come into contact with another part of the tape, which is also aluminum.
It generally appears as a conductive loss in the late teens or twenties due to problems with the small bones in the middle ear.