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gravimetric

 [grav″ĭ-met´rik]
pertaining to measurement by weight; performed by weight, as the gravimetric method of drug assay.

grav·i·met·ric

(grav'i-met'rik),
Relating to or determined by weight.

grav·i·met·ric

(grav'i-met'rik)
Relating to or determined by weight.
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However, even with the determined threshold, the average repeatability of MicroCT ([+ or -]3.26 [mm.sup.3]) was still higher than that of gravimetric measurement ([+ or -]0.02 [mm.sup.3]).
The main difference between the KTH method and other approaches to the gravimetric geoid determination comes from a different treatment of the gravity corrections.
Figure 10 shows the variation of the capacitance signal when the sensor was exposed alternately and repeatedly to soil samples with gravimetric water contents of 24.2% and 27.8%, respectively.
The remove-restore method using FFT was used for precise gravimetric geoid determination.
An easier approach to this calculation is to ignore the transformations into percent and simply divide the field moist weight by 1 + gravimetric water content (the simple ratio of water mass to soil mass).
When Baume is used in combination with a Gravimetric Method Specific Gravity and one of the viscosity tests, the combined results can become a useful diagnostic tool.
Fluid Management provides consulting for plant applications, equipment layouts, as well as engineer to order volumetric or gravimetric dispensing, custom software and point of sale graphics/signage.
In a paper two gravimetric models were tested: GRACE observations model (observation from CSR Center webside, filtered by authors with ANS filter) and GOCO03S.
Because the weigh cell cannot differentiate between dosing and refilling, the system switches to the volumetric principle during the refill and calming stages, and then back to the gravimetric method during the dosing phase.
Optimum series blender product lines involve gravimetric weighing and blending that minimize waste and maximize inventory accuracy, guaranteeing the correct resin blends for a wide range of process applications.
* gravimetric control of all components through a central interface; and