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conversion factor

a dollar value multiplied by a procedure's unit value, from the Current Procedural Terminology codes or a relative value scale, used to calculate the payment amount for contracted services or to set a price for a service.
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1949-2006: EIA adopted the Bureau of Mines thermal conversion factor of 5.
The dose conversion factors calculated for monoenergetic gamma-rays from 0.
It can therefore be argued that, if it can be shown that historical levels of 90-day plus delinquencies have been consistently below the credit enhancement level, the liquidity facility can be deemed not to be exposed to assets that are delinquent for 90-days or more, and hence qualify for the 10% credit conversion factor.
The lead article in the annual Buyer's Guide of the American Institute of Physics features five pages of values of the fundamental physical constants, such as the speed of light, the Newtonian constant of gravitation, the Planck constant, the fine-structure constant, and energy-unit conversion factors.
Surface area conversion factors for sieve analysis are given in Table 1.
Contains information about typical values and the normal range of important variables, plus many example calculations, data tables, and charts of relevant material properties or constants and conversion factors.
SmartForecasts 7 includes a new set of powerful conversion capabilities that enables users to dynamically switch between forecasts in units and dollars, or any other defined set of measures and conversion factors.
You'll also get a list of conversion factors as well as a glossary of terms.
Conversion factors from nitrogen in black liquor to NOx can be less than 15% using modern combustion technology.
Key concepts such as cheapest-to-deliver bonds, implied repo rates and conversion factors are discussed in detail.
national annual quantity-weighted average conversion factors for conventional, reformulated, and oxygenated motor gasolines (see Table A3).
The product comes with a table populated for the most common conversions, including EURO conversion factors using the triangulation method and following EEC tolerances, as well as metric and other international numeric conversions.