yield rate


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yield rate

[′yēld ‚rāt]
(industrial engineering)
The amount of satisfactory material available after the completion of a given manufacturing process expressed as a percentage of the total amount produced.
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Secondly, LCP is more "brittle" than its alternatives and, hence, has issues with yield rate.
"However, farmers achieved an excellent average yield rate of 1.33 tonnes of the crop per hectare following cultivation of its high yielding mustard varieties evolved by Bangladesh Agriculture Research Institute (BARI) on their lands," Islam added.
Yield rate refers to the percentage of product produced that actually reaches store shelves.
While highest accepted yield rate was 5.66 per cent at an equivalent price of RO100.515, lowest yield rate came at 5.3 per cent at an equivalent price of RO102.605.
In addition, we have lowered the yield rate to 14% from 15% due to the downward trend in the trust that may be being driven by, among others, balance transfers and market competition.
Amman, April 26 (Petra) -- The ministry of finance on Wednesday announced that it had successfully issued $500 million worth of Eurobonds on international markets with a yield rate of 5.875 per cent.
'However, we will still give our focus on the agriculture sector and retain a 37-per cent paddy yield rate, while improving its output through the use of better techniques,' he said, adding that they would also review the role of agriculture-based agencies and take action on any occurrence of mismanagement.
The [H.sub.2] yield rate was linear with the dedicated cylinder equivalence ratio (D-phi) and yielded a rate slightly greater than 1% [H.sub.2] per 10% enrichment.
The balance of these bonds in the Finance Ministry is EGP 665.669bn, with an average yield rate of 14.245%.
This situation renders the landlord's income streams riskier and warrants a higher yield rate than income streams from an unsubordinated ground lease.
"In this quarter, we have surveyed market participants about a wide variety of data points, including the usual cap rate, yield rate and growth rates," said Sonne.