control factor


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control factor

The ratio of the minimum compressive strength of a material, such as concrete, to the average compressive strength.
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The XB-H joins the XQ-E in the family of HD-class discrete LEDs that offer the industry s highest optical control factor (OCF), a measurement of how LED size and performance benefit directional lighting applications.
The investigated control factors were the scanning speed, the hatch distance, the pulse frequency and the number of repetitions of the geometric pattern.
The selection of optimum control factors are based on the magnitude of the heat rejection and the sensitivity of the design to each control factor based on the S/N ratio.
The significance of control factors in ANOVA is determined by comparing the F values of each control factor.
One idea we've proposed is optical control factor (OCF), a metric for directional lighting that captures the essential concept of the combination of performance and size.
The XB-H joins the XQ-E in the family of HD class discrete LEDs that offer a high optical control factor (OCF).
Coyle further said that Bird is a better all-round package now that he can bowl with both the new and the old balls and in suitable conditions, adding that he has managed to improve in his control factor, seam movement and add a bit of swing.
70, with the exception of the Control factor ([alpha] = .
The effect for a given control factor is obtained by summing the values of the response factor for the "1s" in a given column, summing the values of the response factor for the "2s" in the column, taking the difference between the two sums, and squaring it.
The casing of the new air operated AKO Pinch Valves Series VMC incorporates an elliptical shaped housing control factor.
Often, only a small change in the level of one factor may lead to a microbiologically unsafe food if not appropriately compensated by another control factor.