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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 orifice size corresponds to 0.2% of the volumetrically scaled cross-sectional area of the reference PWR cold leg.
Although microwaves heat volumetrically, it is well known that the electromagnetic field distribution is not even in the irradiated material, thus the energy is not homogeneously dissipated.
As the fragmentation of food items in stomachs and faeces was extremely variable and we found big food fragments (whole earthworms, acorns, grasses, seeds, etc.) in both, their quantity was measured volumetrically.
The amygdala, a primitive brain structure that detects fear and threats, becomes volumetrically larger in response to trauma-related stimuli (Pitman et al., 2012).
The outflow rate of the flume enters into another tank by a trapezoidal spillway where the flow rate is measured volumetrically. Then, the water is returned to the first tank by 4 pumps with the maximum flow rate of 660 liters per minute.
Ohmic heating volumetrically heats the entire mass of food, leading to a product with better quality than its traditionally thermally processed counterpart.
As it dispenses the adhesive volumetrically and virtually free from pulsation, Henkel says it gives far greater control of the amount of adhesive released.
We also noted that the concomitant use of BFP with a buccal advancement flap is judicious in the cases where a loss of buccal cortical plate is present and the BFP volumetrically fills up that space and provides a vascularized tissue bed for the overlying BAF.
"Composed volumetrically of a number of domes, the interior is experienced as a single space," said the studio.
We counted prey and measured prey items volumetrically. We calculated the relative abundance by number (% N), relative abundance by volume (% V), and relative number of stomachs that contained the respective food item as frequency of occurrence (% F).
For in-store coatings, colorant dispersions are incorporated into the paint base volumetrically from dispensing equipment.