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nomogram

[′näm·ə‚gram]
(mathematics)
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The nomographs provided in Table II show that plan participants should select a designated FSA amount higher than anticipated total qualified FSA services B.
A nomograph is an easily understood approach to this yearly employee problem of selecting an FSA designated amount.
The correlation between the joining parameter, weld strength, and weld conditions is summarized in a set of nomographs: a unique nomograph exists for each type of polyethylene tested.
The area of focus changes to examine heating time and heater temperature, the same heat transfer parameters used in the nomographs, as compared with heat flux.
Nomographs are provided for use in lieu of the equations for two different fuels: natural gas and propane HD-5.
While not specifically mentioned, it is apparent that the nomographs are not applicable to condensing furnaces.
For other soils, where a different subset of soil properties controlled particle size distributions after rainfall wetting, the original nomograph was found to perform poorly.
For soils containing [is less than] 70% silt plus very fine sand, the nomograph of Wischmeier et al.
The USLE was implemented through a series of easy-to-use tables, figures, and nomographs. In the era of pencil and slide-rule calculations this was a great boon, as anyone who has done multiple C-factor calculations "the hard way" will attest.
Pipe sizes, using the Manning Formula and/or nomographs, can then be determined.
Most EW operators are familiar with the set of equations and linear nomographs that describe the line-of-sight between a radar and a target.
In this section, a collection of tables, charts and nomographs of EW engineering data is presented.