leakage rate

leakage rate

[′lēk·ij ‚rāt]
(engineering)
Flow rate of all leaks from an evacuated vessel.
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Earlier, a study by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) found that the leakage rate of the program is about 30 percent.
The base case assumes an initial toll leakage rate of 10% before declining to 3%.
Fortunately, indirect measurement approaches can be used to determine the aggregate compressed air leakage rate at a facility to within about 20% of the true value.
Only 10% of buildings across the Middle East currently comply with the standard air leakage rate allowance.
External drainage of pancreatic duct with a stent to reduce leakage rate of pancreaticojejunostomy after pancreaticoduodenectomy: a prospective randomized trial.
"Currently only 10% of buildings across the Middle East comply with the standard air leakage rate allowance.
Similar to the inward pumping actions of spiral-grooved seals, liquid seals with herringbone grooves on the stator will minimize the leakage rate as well as generate load capacity and stiffness, which will contribute a lot to the improvements in hydraulic performance and pump reliability.
At the gap of 0.008 mm, vacuum oil 1 and operating pressure of 40 MPa a leakage rate of 10-15 [cm.sup.3]/min was achieved.
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 0.0004 cfm/ft.2 @ 1.57 psf--well below the ASTM E2357, Standard Test Method for Determining Air Leakage of Air Barrier Assemblies threshold.