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Physics (of an alternating quantity) having a value that is the square root of the mean of the squares of the magnitude measured at each instant over a defined period of time, usually one cycle
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Concerned officers are also required to remove the banned signages within 30 days after the proposed law's effectivity.
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) will be tasked to issue the necessary rules and regulations to implement the provisions of this act within 60 days from the effectivity of the act.
Those who are qualified to access the program are employers with unpaid contributions; employers who have not yet registered with SSS, including household employers; employers who have pending or approved proposals under the installment scheme of SSS, including those with pending or approved applications under the program for acceptance of properties through dacion en pago; employers with cases pending before the Social Security Commission, Courts or Office of the Prosecutor; and employers who have settled all contributions before the effectivity of RA 11199 but with unpaid penalties, as well as those who were given a Warrant of Distraint/Levy/Garnishment or encumbrance.
" The SC also ruled that the power purchase cost "after compliance with the CSP shall retroact to the date of effectivity of the PSA, but in no case earlier than 30 June 2015, for purposes of passing the purchase cost to the consumers." In May, the ERC said that over 90 PSAs were hit by the CSP directive, including seven contracts of Meralco with over 3,500 megawatts in capacity.
"Postponing the effectivity of CSP from 30 June 2015 to 7 November 2015, and again postponing the effectivity of CSP from 7 November 2015 to 30 April 2016, or a total of 305 days, allowed DUs (distribution utilities) nationwide to avoid the mandatory CSP.
Investigators have also shown interest to study the effectivity of error estimators and propose different techniques to enhance the effectivity indices of error estimators.
To evaluate the accuracy of the error estimator in the global sense, the average effectivity is constructed and considered.
How can we convince Derek Belm and "like-thinkers" of the cost effectivity in physical, psychological, therapeutic and self-confidence terms inherent in such a project?
For example, a feeding of 30% (termed feeding effectivity) allows feeding of the metal during solidification until the control volume reaches a fraction solid of 30%.
Configuration management primarily tracks changes, identifies revisions, and controls effectivity. It involves identifying functional and physical characteristics of design, process, and informational objects; controlling the objects; tracking and detailing changes; providing auditing procedures; and both data and metadata searching capabilities.
* Thermal homogeneity and compound temperature also play a critical role in determining the degassing effectivity of the extruder (ref.
According to the Norwegian news service NTB, the aim is to cut costs by increasing the effectivity of aircraft usage and staff as well as removing services that the passengers do not want to pay for.