percent saturation

percent saturation

The ratio of the volume of water in a given soil mass to the total volume of intergranular space, expressed as a percentage.
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Although the combined three surgeries provide the baby with 100 percent saturation, the approach isn't a long-term solution.
To address these objectives, we deployed automated and non-automated in situ sensors that recorded hourly measurements of water temperature, specific conductivity, dissolved oxygen, percent saturation of dissolved oxygen, and pH.
Series of direct shear tests were conducted on reconstituted samples at in-situ landslide matrix material density by varying percent saturation to evaluate its likely effect on the mobilized shear strength.
Facebook was unsurprisingly the most popular network across categories, with 100 percent saturation of home goods, apparel and big box brands.
One of the industry leaders in adoption of the e-air waybill, Cathay achieved 100 percent saturation at its Hong Kong operations two years ago.
* PERCENT SATURATION:- In 18 patients, 12 of them had percent saturation < 30% and 6 of them > 30% [Table 12/Chart 12]
* Soil percent saturation is an easy way to determine potential vine vigor.
Clemens said the largest Western European markets are the UK, with 12 percent penetration of the gross domestic product, France with 10 percent GDP penetration, Italy with 8 percent penetration, and Germany with 7 percent saturation.
At no point in the activity did I state that the 84 percent saturation of Ms Davies was of no concern.
One pool with an 82 percent saturation rate maintained its membership base, and another with 50 percent market penetration attracted 10 new members.
Because this anemia is a condition of low iron, on the patient's chart you would fine the following information: decreased levels of serum iron, percent saturation, ferritin and an increase in transferrin.