Density Sample Clauses

Density. The modifications to density by phase are amended as more specifically described in Exhibit D attached hereto.
Density. The density of the Carbon Dioxide shall be determined by an on-line density meter referenced to weight in a vacuum, or by calculation utilizing the pressure, temperature and composition of the Carbon Dioxide flowing through the meter.
Density. Composite sample of minimum of 3 pipes as per IS 7328 shall have a density of 940.3-946.4 kg/ cu m at 27 deg C. The value of density shall not differ from the nominal value by more than 3 kg/cu.m as per clause 5.2.1.1of IS 7328.
Density. The density of the Product shall be determined by equation-of-state calculation based on the composition of the Product or by another mutually acceptable method.
Density. The Property is within the Multiple Residential Medium Density (RMM) zone which allows for one (1) dwelling unit per 2,400 square feet of lot area pursuant to LMC 20.43.
Density. Uses and density on the Property shall be the densities and uses as set forth in the Planned Unit Development approval, Initial Master Plan, and as set forth below: Up to a maximum of 3,000,000 square feet of distribution center, warehouse, and other related accessory and light industrial uses. The attached PDD depicts the initially planned layout and expected uses and the expected mix and general location of allowed uses, however, so long as the total square footage of allowed uses does not exceed 3,000,000 square feet, the Owner shall be allowed to alter location and product mix among all allowed uses under the PDD, based upon ongoing project planning and market conditions. Any such changes to exact location, building size, or product mix shall not be considered a material amendment hereto, or an amendment to the attached PDD or the subsequent Initial Master Plan, so long as the total allowed density is not exceeded. Such minor changes will be approved at the staff review level.
Density. The minimum radiographic density in the weld area shall be 2.0. The maximum radiographic density shall be 4.0 for all areas of the weld including parent material. Where excess penetration affects the weld metal density, it shall be the welding contractor’s responsibility to rectify so radiographic density is not affected by excessive penetration.
Density. Single-family dwellingsTwo (2) family dwellingsUnits per acre4 or less7 or less