The calculation of annual energy consumption for centrifugal pumps of various designs was carried out during the analysis of the calculated proportional pressure control mode with the certain declinations
of pump control curves (20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, and 100%) (WinCAPS 2011; WiloSelect 2010) (Figure 5).
Plans with the five highest declination
rates include South Dakota's John Alden Life Insurance Company (73%), Utah's Assurant Health (71%), North Dakota's Assurant Health (58%), Kentucky's Time Insurance Company (56%), and Idaho's Assurant Health (55%).
Additionally, some non-profit insurance companies have higher declination
rates than for-profit insurers, analysts found.
Average increase of declination
for the territory of Latvia is from 0,089582 to 0,195902[degrees] per year.
Commenting on the provision putting the number of required declinations
at three, Bouhan said the legislation also gives the superintendent authority to adjust the number of declinations
up or down from three, depending on the particular coverage.
This algorithm is based on 0[degrees] declination
at the March equinox.
If the actual declination
at time of placement is not correctly implemented, the output of these valuable renewable-energy resources is negatively impacted.
Shifting the declination
by 45[degrees] to the east or west shifted the pattern of orientation of internal mound cells, but not exactly corresponding to the 45[degrees] shift in the magnetic cues.
Unless you're working with a map, you don't have to know about declination
The competing teams of speleologists at Cheve, like scientists working in caves everywhere, use three instruments: a magnetic compass for measuring declination
, or direction; an inclinometer for downward slope; and a tape measure for distance.
Barents's most important written work is his very elaborate "Caertboeck" (chart-book) of the Mediterranean (Barents, 1595), which also contains his own solar declination