leakage factor

leakage factor

[′lēk·ij ‚fak·tər]
(electromagnetism)
The total magnetic flux in an electric rotating machine or transformer divided by the useful flux that passes through the armature or secondary winding. Also known as leakage coefficient.
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In winters, the leakage factor is compounded and becomes very critical because the gas distribution system is operated a 3 to 4 times the summer pressures.
1) To avoid unnecessary costs or lost productivity resulting from failed leakage tests in the field, it is important to understand how leakage classification impacts the leakage factor, or permissible leakage.
In this case leakage factor has been not considered because there is no possibility of leakage streams.
National and regional migration research carried out in 2006 indicated that the North-East has a construction skills leakage factor of some 21%, mainly heading off to work in London and the South-East.
Following the announcement of the award of the 2012 Olympic Games to London, with around pounds 12 billion worth of construction activity, the leakage factor is set to worsen.
Sash leakage factor This measures the leakage through the sash opening as a fraction of the contamination released inside the hood that leaks back into the lab against the inward flow.
Following the announcement of the 2012 Olympic Games going to London, which will generate around pounds 12bn worth of construction activity, the leakage factor seems set to worsen.
Toshiba has developed a low leakage transistor with thick gate oxide, long channel length and optimum source drain diffusion profile to reduce these leakage factors, and adopt it in the SRAM memory cell.
But these leakage factors are based on a limited sampling program and do not take into account the improvements made to our systems over the past 15 years.
Thin-walled plastic liners take advantage of structural support offered by the cast iron parent pipe and provide the low leakage factors of plastic piping.