reduced volume

reduced volume

[ri′düst ′väl·yəm]
(thermodynamics)
The ratio of the specific volume of a substance to its critical volume.
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Important in the Model S transition is that it remains Tesla's highest margin product and provides some cover for lower margins on Model X and Model 3, he contends, adding that any reduced volume on that vehicle will be a headwind for Tesla's margins.
The researchers factored in age, physical activity, smoking and high blood pressure, all of which might lead to reduced volume.
The term deposit auction facility (TDF) was undersubscribed yesterday as total bids tendered by banks amounted to only P65.63 billion versus the reduced volume of P90 billion.
The reduced volume flow rate or the apparent wall shear rate is drawn against the reciprocal die diameter or die height in a Mooney plot.
As a result of this reduced volume, the Consumer Brands division's net sales for 2018 are expected to decline by about SEK1.0bn, as compared to 2017.
He said: "While it is difficult to accurately predict housing market transaction volumes and consumer confidence for the remainder of the year, 2017 is expected to see a reduced volume of house purchase transactions compared to the prior year, with modest house price inflation outside prime central London.
As for the worst affected motorcycle production, the factory resumed assembly of key models at a reduced volume on June 6, and since then the volume has increased in stages.
GMFS continues to close and sell loans, although at a reduced volume. While the situation continues to evolve and GMFS is not yet in a position to quantify the impact of the flooding on its current business and financial results, GMFS anticipates that it will experience higher delinquencies and a decrease in servicing income while its impacted customers recover.
Lamenting the reduced volume of bilateral trade in the past years due to sanctions, Perez hailed Lorestan's capacities in energy, tourism and precious stones.
The number of employees in the textile industry has dropped from 44,000 in 2007 to 35,000 in 2014 and the reason for this, according to the Textile Industry Association, is the reduced volume of orders and the employees' going abroad to work as season workers.
Sales have been dropping but the same number of customers are doing business at a reduced volume. Financials are adjusted to owner and part time person which is all that is needed at this time.
There is increased volume of construction works performed in Italy, Croatia, Switzerland and Serbia, while reduced volume on the other markets.

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