wall ratio

wall ratio

[′wȯl ‚rā·shō]
(design engineering)
Ratio of the outside radius of a gun, a tube, or jacket to the inside radius; or ratio of the corresponding diameters.
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The code which was launched in August 2017 focuses on low cost minimum energy efficiency requirements and addresses parts of the building such as, the building envelope, window to wall ratio, roof insulation, energy efficient lighting and air conditioning.
Better construction of homes, including improved walls and roof insulations, minimal glass to wall ratio of less than 25%, combined with motorised and insulated rolling shutters, will boost energy efficiency.
Autoradiography of aortic cryosections further confirmed [sup.18]F-FDR-Siglec-9 accumulation in atherosclerotic plaques, with a plaque-to-healthy vessel wall ratio of 1.9 [+ or -] 0.23 (P < 0.001) and plaque-to-adventitia ratio of 2.2 [+ or -] 0.53 (P < 0.001).
The reason is the roof to wall ratio of the primary school is very high (Figure 1 (c)) because it's a single floor building.
The study have found the optimum solar cell transmittance and window to wall ratio, and energy savings of the building were estimated.
The window area is 4.43 meter square which makes up 50% of window wall ratio (WWR) and 35% of window floor ratio (WFR).
The diagnosis of HCM was established on the echocardiographic finding of septal wall thickness of (greater then) 15mm and septal-to-posterior wall ratio of (greater then) 1.4 in the absence of HTN or aortic valve disease causing LVH.
For the same reason, maintain a low window- to- wall ratio.
According to the report, paste release from the stencil walls becomes key with small apertures, and the opening-to-aperture wall ratio appears to be a good guide to printability.
This high-rise building is designed to exceed Canada's Model National Energy Code for Buildings (MNECB) by 30% for the office tower and by 38% for the residential tower, despite a nearly 90% window to wall ratio.