plate efficiency

plate efficiency

[′plāt i‚fish·ən·sē]
(chemical engineering)
The equilibrium produced by an actual plate of a distillation column or countercurrent tower extractor compared with that of a perfect plate, expressed as a ratio.
(electronics)
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The asset underwent a multimillion-dollar gut renovation that shifted the building's core to maximize floor plate efficiency and natural light penetration.
Its attractive and protected industrial facade will be maintained while the interior will be considerably restructured in its entirety, maximizing both natural light and floor plate efficiency.
The performance of thermosyphon solar water heaters varies significantly with absorber plate efficiency and loss factors.
However, if the cross-sectional area and geometry of the channel varies in a controlled manner along the length, then the refrigerant velocity, rate of wall bombardment and sublimation rate can be regulated for optimum heat transfer, thereby improving plate efficiency, as shown in Figure 3.
Mott MacDonald project director CheeChuan Tan said once the redevelopment of the Comtech building is complete, the complex will be a business park space with high floor plate efficiency.
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Tenders are invited for Construction and installation for the project: Lot 1: "Replacement of tubular heat exchanger plate efficiency in the state educational establishment" Nursery-garden Mozir number 29 on the b.