density indicator

density indicator

[′den·səd·ē ‚in·də‚kād·ər]
(engineering)
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The increase in energy consumption during the period between 1996-2018 exceeded the growth in gross domestic product (GDP) a matter that resulted in keeping the power density indicator at the limits of the global average, which is nine BOE barrels for each thousand dollars of the GDP, he said.
We know that the survey is sensitive and can distinguish between richer and poorer habitats but there is perhaps a need for a plant density indicator to give a more realistic appraisal of the sites.
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When the operator hits a switch, the density indicator deploys and takes a reading that is displayed on the operator's console.
When using a density indicator, a 165-gram sample of sand is weighed and rammed with three rams from the standard sand rammer.
The negative factor loadings of the population and population density indicators in the areas of location of the "Samosyrovo" and "Korgashino" municipal waste landfills are explained as follows.
In our example, these are the population density indicators, territorial labour activity and educational level (the model is able to reproduce more than 93% of its original variability).
The impact of livestock farming on the incidence of human Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) infection was assessed by using several livestock density indicators (LDI) that were generated in a systematic approach.
The objective of the present study was to develop a systematic approach to creating and evaluating spatial measures of livestock density (livestock density indicators, or LDI) as a means of identifying those best suited to assessing the impact of livestock farming activities on the incidence of human STEC infection.