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volumetric

 [vol″u-met´rik]
pertaining to or accompanied by measurement in volumes.

vol·u·met·ric

(vol'yū-met'rik),
Relating to measurement by volume.

vol·u·met·ric

(vol'yū-met'rik)
Relating to measurement by volume.
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The importance of this discussion is emphasized in that the industrial line involves aluminum pans and pots with higher volumetric capacity than the domestic line and the volumetric errors represent larger losses.
Relationship between Backscattering Coefficient and Volumetric Water Content.
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To do this, void formation that occurred due to the effects of shrinkage was analyzed after analyzing the temperature and volumetric shrinkage distribution in the direction of the residual wall thickness of the hollow section by conducting heat transfer analysis and injection molding analysis.
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Every luminaire has a photometric light distribution which determines if it is "volumetric." A direct/ indirect unit and a recessed basket unit with a convex prismatic refractor that directs light to the high corners of the room is "volumetric," while a deep-cell parabolic troffer or a recessed downlight is not.
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