leakage rate

leakage rate

[′lēk·ij ‚rāt]
(engineering)
Flow rate of all leaks from an evacuated vessel.
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Micha Pawelka, managing director at Priedemann Facade Engineering said that currently only 10% of buildings across the Middle East comply with the standard air leakage rate allowance.
But studies using tax data, it adds, "suggest an even higher leakage rate .
Apart from addressing environmental sustainability, Empower notes that modern district cooling makes it easy for companies to maintain their air-conditioning systems as the solution is remotely maintained in a highly controlled environment, thereby, improving safety and security and reducing leakage rate.
This was close to the 35 percent leakage rate reported by the World Bank.
Wall Guardian FW-100A, a liquid-applied, fibered acrylic air barrier that likewise functions as water/ weather barrier and vapor retarder, exhibits an air leakage rate of 0.
double stapling), complications, anastomotic leakage rate, duration of operation and hospital stay were collected.
1999) studied different refrigerant releases in both simulation and experiment and explored a range of important parametric variation, including the refrigerant leakage rate, the concentration gradients in the occupied space, the leak height, and the effect of mechanical circulation.
The level, fracture grade and leakage rate in the two groups were compared to analyze whether the leakage rate would increase if cement was positioned too close to the posterior vertebral body border.
In 2014, LifeBond successfully completed a multinational, randomized controlled pilot study in Europe of LifeSeal, the first clinically tested GI sealant, in which a favorable decrease in anastomotic leakage rate was observed.
Here's the rub: the gas calculation depends on the assumed leakage rate.
The reduced loss in the cooling capacity is not due to the reduced air leakage rate but due to the dilution effect of the excess supply of the cold air.
Precision--The system should locate leaks precisely, and should indicate leakage rate, the quantity of escaped product (leakage rate multiplied by time) and the product that is escaping.