occupancy factor

occupancy factor (T)

the level of human occupancy of an area adjacent to a source of radiation. It is used to determine the amount of shielding required in the walls. T is rated as full, for an office or laboratory next to an x-ray facility; partial, for corridors and restrooms; or occasional, for stairways, elevators, closets, and outside areas.
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To our knowledge, two apartments were not occupied at the time in question indicating an occupancy factor, in terms of affected properties of 97.
These extra flights will absorbed up to 40 per cent of the passengers travelling on the route after the exceptional growth in demand, thereby increasing seat occupancy factor to 88 per cent during the Kharif season in the Governorate Dhofar.
Those extra flights have absorbed up to (40%) of the number of passengers travelling on the route after the exceptional growth in demand, thereby to increase seat occupancy factor of (88%) during the celebrations of the Governorate Dhofar with Khareef season.
Very little published work has dealt with the occupancy factor as a variable in building energy use.
Cruise lines also maintained their high utilization rates, posting a collective occupancy factor of over 105 percent in 2007.
25 occupancy factor, the cost of wasting a half hour of time each way during the daily commute, 250 days a year would be $84.
67 million in 2005, and also maintained their high utilization rates, posting a collective occupancy factor of 104 percent in 2006.
and Cytogen to our tenant roster, College Park now enjoys a better than 95 percent occupancy factor.
These denominator formulas will typically contain excluded areas and occupancy factors within the calculations.
Because demand has been steady, rents have remained in the mid $20's to the low $30's; occupancy factors average 90%.