scale effect

scale effect

[′skāl i‚fekt]
(aerospace engineering)
The necessary corrections applied to measurements of a model in a wind tunnel to ascertain corresponding values for a full-sized object.
(fluid mechanics)
An effect in fluid flow that results from changing the scale, but not the shape, of a body around which the flow passes; this effect is relevant to wind tunnel experiments.
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The Committee will also ensure maximum scale effect of the programmes, participation of the largest possible number of members including simple, measurable and mobilizing targets giving access to the aggregate effect of the programmes and other activities under the International Solar Alliance.
Another reason that skilled foreign workers have a positive effect on domestic employment is that they create what economists call a "scale effect": they boost overall economic activity, creating more opportunities and jobs for both skilled and unskilled domestic workers.
- Benefitting from the emergence of scale effect of our core business, "CHLITINA", the beauty salon franchise, Chlitina's sales increased nearly 40% in 2018; In terms of marketing, we strategically allocated resources to various campaigns, which boosted our brand image and value, as well as promoted the strong sales growth of our "Xinmeili e-commerce platform" and "UPLIDER Medical Beauty Clinic".
Capgemini also modified the business model innovation pillar which includes radical cost value (i.e., step change in the cost structure of the business to provide increased value to customers), superior experience value (i.e., providing a better customer experience than competitors through technology), and platform value (i.e., leveraging platform economics such as scale effect to innovate at scale and reach customers in new ways).
One time I had my head patterned with henna and another, me and my friends created a fish scale effect with glitter."
Combining the scale effect of remote sensing with the geographic concept of scene structure may find a breakthrough to solve the scale problem [44].
The classical continuum approach is however a kind of scale-free theory which cannot account for the small scale effect arising in the nanostructures.
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Small scale effect on the buckling analysis of single-layered graphene sheet embedded in an elastic medium based on nonlocal plate theory.
It also expects to benefit from leveraging data and learnings from the recently announced 100 Level 4 test vehicle fleet of Mobileye, an Intel Company, demonstrating the scale effect of this collaborative approach.