instantaneous rate

instantaneous rate

A rate defined as the number of events in a short time period X.
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The discharge of oil mixture is stopped automatically when the instantaneous rate of discharge exceeds which is permitted by the regulation which leads to the failure of the system.
However, if 600 lb of material is collected until the end of the hour and the desire is to process them in 15 min, the instantaneous rate is 2400 lb/hr and the granulator choice is radically changed.
This would be at an instantaneous rate not exceeding 11,500 litres per second.
* An acquisition phase for the instantaneous rate measurements - typically 200 or 500 injections;
Therefore, the instantaneous rate of FD relaying in DF protocol can be calculated as
Estimation of age and time-population model done by using [48] cohort analysis as in Figure 5 and we perceive that this model defined cumulative instantaneous rate of fishing mortality "F" of the fish in the population, where it increased to the maximum value at age group 2 (0.4295 [year.sup.-1]) then it decreased, age group 1 and 5 have minimum value.
COP, which is the ratio of instantaneous rate of cooling to instantaneous rate of compressor work, only is applicable at steady state conditions.
The rate r is the instantaneous rate of growth at the point in time t.
Further investigations of the auditory system described the neural response as a nonhomogeneous Poisson point process (NHPP) whose instantaneous rate depends on the input stimuli [8, 9].
Afterwards, the instantaneous rate of increase ([r.sub.i]) was used to evaluate the sublethal effects of the neem oil to P neotropicus based on reproduction and mortality data.
Therefore, we used the slope of the regression of the log-transformed number of live abalone present in the cage during each survey versus time to estimate the instantaneous rate of loss per day.

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