Calculation of Sample Clauses

Calculation of. Recognized Options Claim”:
Calculation of proportionate benefit Proportionate benefit is based on themember’s percentage income loss, taking account of inflation, as measured by the percentage change in RPI, calculated as follows: percentage = adjusted pre-incapacity earnings - current earningsincome loss adjusted pre-incapacity earningsThe proportionate benefit is calculated by multiplying the percentage income loss by the full benefit. Where full benefit is calculated taking into account ESA benefits, ESA benefits will not be deducted from the full benefit for these purposes (since it is assumed these will not be payable because the incapacitated member is working). Proportionate additional benefit payable in respect of employer’s National Insurance contributions is calculated by multiplying it by the member’s percentage income loss. It is not calculated based on the member’s proportionate basic benefit. Proportionate benefit is recalculated each year or when the member’s current earnings change (ignoring any change as a result of currency fluctuations), whichever is sooner. Proportionate benefit can never exceed the amount of full benefit which would be payable in respect of the member. Adjusted pre-incapacity earnings are calculated on the first occasion proportionate benefit becomes payable. The member’s insured earnings on that day are increased by the percentage increase in the RPI over the period commencing 3 months prior to the month in which the member became incapacitated and ending 3 months prior to the date proportionate benefit becomes payable. On each further occasion proportionate benefit is calculated, any change in adjusted pre-incapacity earnings will be based on the change in RPI since the last calculation or the change in current earnings, whichever is the smaller change at that time. For the calculation of current earnings, the following will apply:
Calculation of w For an infinitesimally small change in volume (dV) of a gas the small quantity of mechanical work (đw) is defined by đw = – PdV (i) For an ideal gas PV = nRT and P = nRT/V. Thus đw = –nRT dV = – nRT d ln VV For a finite reversible change of volume of a fixed amount of the gas from an initial volume of V1 to a final volume V2 at a constant temperature, the work is obtained by integrating equation (ii) V2w = – nRT ∫ d ln VV1V= – nRT ln[V] V21 = – nRT ln V2V1= nRT ln V1 V 2 For an ideal gas at constant temperature, P1V1 = P2V2 and V2/V1 = P1/P2. Thus w = – 2.303 nRT logP1 = 2.303 nRT logP2 P2 P1 The value of w can be calculated on substituting the values of n, R, T, V1,,V2 ( or P1, P2) in the above equation.
Calculation of q The change is adiabatic, therefore, q = 0
Calculation of. PERMIT FEES 1.1 Permit fees shall be calculated using:1.1.1 The flat rate where indicated in Column 5 of Table 1 of this Schedule;1.1.2 the product of the applicable fee multiplier in Column 4 of Table 1 of this Schedule and the related floor area or other measure specified in Column 3, or1.1.3 where a fee is not listed in Table 1, a fee shall be paid in the amount of$15.00 for each $1000 or part thereof of the construction value prescribed by the chief building official. 1.2 Except for classes of permits subject to flat rates, fees shall be based on the appropriate measure of the floor area of the project. 1.3 Except where otherwise exempt, in addition to the fees calculated according to subsections 1.1 and 1.2 fees shall also be assessed according to the number of plumbing fixtures and the size of supply piping and drainage piping as applicable. 1.4 Fees charged for the review of certified models shall be calculated using a fee multiplier equivalent to that applicable to Single or Semi Detached Dwellings determined in accordance with subsections 1.8 to 1.10 of this Schedule. 1.5 In addition to the fees calculated in accordance with Table 1 paid at the time of building permit application, fees for supplementary submissions and revised submissions shall be calculated at $100.00/hour spent determining compliance. 1.6 Where supplementary submissions or revised submissions include certification of applicable law compliance, which compliance or applicability was incorrectly declared at the time of permit application, a fee of $250.00 for each applicable law certification shall apply. 1.7 In addition to the fees calculated in accordance with Table 1, each application for consideration of an alternative solution shall be accompanied by a non- refundable fee of $1000 or 10% of the permit fee, whichever is lesser. 1.8 When calculating fees based on floor areas, floor area is measured to the outer face of exterior walls and to the centreline of party walls or demising walls, except when calculating interior partition work. When measuring floor area for interior partitioning, corridors, lobbies, washrooms, lounges, and other similar facilities are to be included and classified according to the major occupancy classification for the floor area with which they are associated. Where these areas are constructed in a shell-only building, fees shall be calculated at the applicable partitioned rate in Table 1. 1.9 When measuring floor area, no deductions shall be allowed f...
Calculation of. REIMBURSEMENTS The GLO agrees to reimburse Local Government its pro rata share for eligible expenses incurred in connection with the Project during the state fiscal year in which reimbursement is sought. The amount reimbursed each disbursement period shall not exceed Local Government's pro rata share of the total funds allocated by the GLO for reimbursement of program participants for beach cleaning and maintenance. The amount available for distribution among program participants each year is SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE DOLLARS ($729,339.00). Reimbursement will be based upon the Local Government's proportionate share of total linear footage of gulf beach and the Local Government's proportionate share of the total of participant expenditures on cleaning and maintaining gulf beaches during the two fiscal years preceding the disbursement. The GLO will determine the actual amount of Local Government's pro rata share for each disbursement period in accordance with 31 TAC 25. All expenditures used in the calculation of Local Government's pro rata share of reimbursement must be eligible pursuant to 31 TAC 25.12. Pursuant to 31 TAC 25.13, no city or county may receive as its state share an amount that is greater than two-thirds of the amount of eligible expenses spent for the purpose of cleaning and maintaining public beaches within its jurisdiction during each disbursement period. In the event the GLO determines after a disbursement that additional funds are available, the GLO may, in its sole discretion, disburse an additional amount to participants on a pro rata basis. Reimbursement to Local Government for the state's share of cleaning and maintaining gulf beaches under this Contract cannot be determined until after an application has been received, all reimbursement requests have been submitted and evaluated, and the necessary calculations have been made in accordance with 31 TAC 25. the GLO shall disburse the funds on a semi-annual basis and provide Local Government a Notice of Disbursement, a sample of which is shown in Attachment B. The Notice of Disbursement for each year will be added to Attachment C of the contract upon its issuance.
Calculation of q From the first law of thermodynamics we have ∆U = q + w For isothermal change, ∆U = 0 for an ideal gas, therefore, q = – w = 2.303 nRT log V2V1= 2.303 nRT log P1P2
Calculation of premium‌
Calculation of. For purposes of this Article seniority is calculated as follows: Full-time employees: date of appointment to an indeterminate full-time position within the bargaining unit. A full-time employee is deemed to be senior to a part-time employee. All other employees: continuous employment in the bargaining unit except that a part-time employee whose regularly scheduled hours of work are thirty (30) or more per week is deemed to he senior to any other part-time employee.
Calculation of. H Change of enthalpy = Final enthalpy – Initial enthalpy ∆H = H2 – H1= (U2 + P2V2) – (U1 + P1V1 )= U2 – U1 + (P2V2 – P1V1)For an ideal gas at constant temperature U2 – U1 = ∆U = 0and P2V2 = P1V1Therefore, ∆H = 0 Summary : For isothermal reversible change of states of an ideal gas