maintenance factor


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maintenance factor

The ratio of illumination on a given area after a period of time to the initial illumination on the same area; used in lighting calculations to account for the depreciation of lamps or reflective surfaces (or the like). also see light loss factor.
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Another significant finding revealed by the study is the impact of the users of the facility on the performance of the facility as indicated by the ranking of "deferred maintenance" as the most significant variable under the "maintenance factor" grouping.
Ac = absorber cost, $ per 3.4 kW (1 ton) of cooling power l = cost of installation, a factor (for example, if installations are 25% of cost, then multiply by 1.25) Lp = trench length of district cooling piping network Pc = cost of district cooling pipe trench per meter (foot) length The maintenance factor, Ma, can vary depending on region.
Parsel in A construction of structures was done to increase the time of concentration rate of 11% and the proper implementation of biological operations to the extent of 50% of the maintenance factor increases in the activities of the two type of basin irrigation caused reduction the amount of significant flood around 30% percent.
In the PCA solution, the exploration factor accounted for 29% of the variance, the establishment factor accounted for 24% of the variance, the maintenance factor accounted for 25% of the variance, and the disengagement factor accounted for 22% of the variance.
WJC extends the life of your seating by guaranteeing incredible strength, colorfastness and a very low maintenance factor in high-use locations (simply wipe up spills!).
The three factors were given as a relationship factor (cohesion versus conflict), a system maintenance factor (organization-control and control versus expressiveness) and an activities factor.
Instead, our two complications are the existence of printers and the idea of a maintenance factor.
Similarly, the elliptically shaped control provides a reduction of the Pinch Valve opening time by up to 50%, which is a positive maintenance factor as a faster opening time induces greater wear of the elastomer sleeve.
Lumen Maintenance Factor: Intial Lumens Specified At Ta 25Deg In The Data Of Led Mfg.

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