permissible value

permissible value

[pər¦mis·ə·bəl ′val·yü]
(mathematics)
A value of a variable for which a given function is defined.
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The limit of the permissible value of the radiosonde measurement error on the temperature channel from the earth~s surface to the level of 10 0 hpa: not more than (minus) 1.
This permissible value for a giveaway is enough to ensure the brand recall, which is often cited by firms as a reason for distributing gifts, according to ministry officials.
The reason for this is the presence of acrylamide above the permissible value.
According to Indian Health officials the permissible value of Rs 1,000 for a gift has been fixed to allow firms to ensure the recall value of their brands.
Substations (SS) operated in Ukraine, most were designed for the requirements of the permissible value of resistance of grounding device (GD).
For 220 kV lines in the Polish Power System the maximum permissible value is 245 kV but at node KOZ (Fig.
Lead concentrations exceeded EC permissible value (0.
The easy-access Quality Controls include: Sound Quality module to limit the permissible value of the processed signal amplitude and reduce all the background noises for the clearest output; Voice Equalizer module to set a wide variety of voice color regardless of the source signal; Vowel Enhancer to change an amount of harmonics to fix out-of-tune notes or change key of singing voice without affecting timbre and pitch; and the full, 10-slider Equalizer to control the strength of the sound quality with a host of presets for easy and instant selection.
Also, in both cases, the permissible value of air speed ([greater than or equal to] 0.
As per WHO, the highest desirable value of hardness is 100 ppm and maximum permissible value is 500 ppm.