weight density

weight density

[′wāt ‚den·səd·ē]
(physics)
The weight of a body or portion of a body divided by its volume.
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Significantly higher values were obtained for tiller number panicle number LAI above ground biomass grain weight density and grain yield recorded in SC and response for physiological traits i.
It's designed for dosing up to four free-flowing components with throughputs up to about 500 kg/hr (at a bulk weight density of 0.
scale width and 70-ton concentrated load capacity enable the truck scale to accommodate the sheer size and weight density of fully loaded Euclid R65's that are bringing rock out of the quarry at Grovestone Quarry.
In laboratory the material undergoes further analyses before its utilization as fine aggregate, such as: aggregates particle size distribution (or gradation), weight density and mass density.
European Starlings, which have grown in numbers from 60 released in New York in 1890 to 150 million today, are known as feathered bullets because they have a weight density 27 percent higher than herring gulls.
Regarding physical properties, the research has centered on moisture content, weight density, and hygroscopic shrinkage.
and the largest in terms of both weight density and power draw by equipment operating on the show floor.
For this reason, it is important to measure the total weight density of the material on the roof--ice, snow and water--not just the thickness.
Root length density, root dry weight density, soil texture and soil nutrient status were determined from two soil cores (3.
While most of Castello Banfi's premier vineyards have been hand harvested since the estate was founded in 1978, in 2007 they added a "double triage" sorting of fruit at the winery that first inspects the bunches that come in to the winery and then selects the individual de-stemmed berries by both further visual inspection and weight density tests.