percentage void

percentage void

The percentage of superficial area which is lost by holes, perforations, or cores.
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Additionally, the study revealed that the percentage void volume in the apical area of both materials was less compared to the coronal and middle levels of the root canal system.
In the present work, different numerical models are attempted to study the void impact by using single and equally distributed void patterns matching the percentage void fraction to replace the time consuming explicit void modeling.
The void diameter for each pattern is derived such that the percentage void fraction matches to that of void patterns extracted from X-ray images (20% void and 50% void).
To decide the acceptance or rejection criteria for MOSFET under study, it is essential to understand the expected increase in device temperature as a function of percentage void fraction.
Tables 1 and 2 show the total percentage void results in graphical form as a mean value of all measurements taken on each surface finish.
In a good mix design, the percentage voids presents, is depends on the shape of the aggregates.