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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Initially, we believe that AUO is unlikely to enjoy a decent profit margin due to a lower yield rate and higher production cost in 3Q12.
Patented Techniques to Minimize the Die Area, Optimize the Performance, and Raise the Yield Rate
82 billion worth of 183-day bill with a yield rate of 12.
In addition to achieving better vertical integration in production of OGS touch panels, the company has also enhanced its production efficiency and improved a yield rate to over 90%.
Case One (tuition is $15,000 and the freshman yield rate is 35 percent): For students in the lowest quality group, the institution offers loan/work/and gap of $8,000 before offering any of its own grant assistance.
Actually dishing itself has been a critical factor that has drastically lowered the yield rate.
The reduction was necessitated by a plan to lower the guaranteed yield rate to 1.
We project the mass production schedule to be in 3Q12 instead of 2Q12 due to yield rate concern.
Two of the people "familiar with the situation" cited by the Journal cautioned that shipments of the new iPhone might be delayed if the supplier cannot improve its yield rate because the new iPhone is "complicated and difficult to assemble.
Almost all investments are comprised of five fundamental elements: (1) the investment holding period, (2) the income for the first year (or other period), (3) the subsequent years' income, (4) the reversion, and (5) the anticipated yield rate.
First-quarter 2003 pretax yield rate expectations reported by RERC for all property types on an institutional level are lower than at any time since before Sept.
It seems that Nissha is recently suffering low yield rate as a result of their DITO (double-side ITO) pattering process.