haze factor

haze factor

[′hāz ‚fak·tər]
(meteorology)
The ratio of the luminance of a mist or fog through which an object is viewed to the luminance of the object.
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The demand is due to their good light transmittance, high impact resistance, and low haze factor. They're often used in applications that require low distortion and optimal visual quality, including lighting and display and in-mold decoration applications for automotive interiors, appliances, and consumer electronics.
The errors calculated in Table 2 for four days ahead show that the accuracy is high during haze weather, and the proposed model is appropriate for weather of Beijing where haze factor is considerable.
BLUE HAZE FACTOR: 1/10 DAVE HICKSON STILL the only man to feature for all three Merseyside clubs - Everton, Liverpool and Tranmere - when Hickson's second spell at Everton ended with a switch to Anfield both sides of Stanley Park erupted.
BLUE HAZE FACTOR: 7/10ALAN HARPER Such was the quality and do mi nance of Bob Paisley's Liverpool squad of the 1980s, they could afford to let gems like Alan Harper leave without fear of consequence.
In a recent study, Madronich and colleagues calculate that the haze factor alone should have reduced UV levels by 5 to 18 percent in rural parts of industrialized countries (SN: 1/4/92, p.5).
All grades feature haze factors below 1.0 (ASTM D-1003-61).
According to Deerfield Urethane, all grades offer haze factors below 1.0 (ASTM D-1003-61).