Mass Measurement Sample Clauses

Mass Measurement. 1. Inferred mass measurement shall be accomplished utilizing a flow-proportional composite sampler, turbine meter, densitometer and flow computer to convert gross volumetrically measured barrels using density in gm/cc at flowing conditions to total pounds mass according to the following formula: TotalPounds = GrossBBLS x MeterFactor x FlowingDensity(gm/cc) x 350.506987 350.506987 is a conversion factor to convert density in gm/cc to pounds /bbl. For polymer grade propylene the composite sampler and densitometer are not required.
Mass Measurement. Mass measurement shall be accomplished utilizing a turbine meter, densitometer for chemical grade propylene or API table for chemical grade propylene, and flow computer to convert volume and density at flowing conditions to total pounds mass according to the following formula: Total Mass = Volume at flowing conditions X MCF X Density at flowing conditions X DCF = Pounds Volume is in gallons Density is in pounds per gallon MCF is meter correction factor DCF is densitometer correction factor For polymer grade propylene the DCF will not apply or be 1.0.
Mass Measurement. The mass of a cell is measured at room temperature up to three significant figures in accordance with the tolerances in 2.1.4.

Related to Mass Measurement

  • USAGE MEASUREMENT 61.1. Each Party shall calculate terminating interconnection minutes of use based on standard AMA recordings made within each Party’s network, these recordings being necessary for each Party to generate bills to the other Party. In the event either Party cannot measure minutes terminating on its network where technically feasible, the other Party shall provide the measuring mechanism or the Parties shall otherwise agree on an alternate arrangement.

  • Mileage Measurement Where required, the mileage measurement for LIS rate elements is determined in the same manner as the mileage measurement for V&H methodology as outlined in NECA Tariff No. 4.

  • Measurement Should the State terminate this contract as herein provided, no fees other than fees due and payable at the time of termination shall thereafter be paid to the Engineer. In determining the value of the work performed by the Engineer prior to termination, the State shall be the sole judge. Compensation for work at termination will be based on a percentage of the work completed at that time. Should the State terminate this contract under paragraph (4) or (5) above, the Engineer shall not incur costs during the thirty-day notice period in excess of the amount incurred during the preceding thirty days.

  • Performance Measurement Satisfactory performance of this Contract will be measured by:

  • Measuring DNS parameters Every minute, every DNS probe will make an UDP or TCP “DNS test” to each of the public-­‐DNS registered “IP addresses” of the name servers of the domain name being monitored. If a “DNS test” result is undefined/unanswered, the tested IP will be considered unavailable from that probe until it is time to make a new test.

  • Measuring EPP parameters Every 5 minutes, EPP probes will select one “IP address” of the EPP servers of the TLD being monitored and make an “EPP test”; every time they should alternate between the 3 different types of commands and between the commands inside each category. If an “EPP test” result is undefined/unanswered, the EPP service will be considered as unavailable from that probe until it is time to make a new test.

  • Method of measurement The emission of radiofrequency conducted disturbances on AC or DC power lines generated by the vehicle representative of its type shall be measured using the method described in Annex 13. The method of measurement shall be defined by the vehicle manufacturer in accordance with the Technical Service.

  • Measurements Readings of the Meters at the Facility by the Interconnecting Utility in whose territory the Facility is located (or an independent Person mutually acceptable to the Parties) shall be conclusive as to the amount of Energy generated by the Facility; provided however, that Seller, upon request of Buyer and at Buyer’s expense (if more frequently than annually as provided for in Section 4.6(a)), shall cause the Meters to be tested by the Interconnecting Utility in whose territory the Facility is located, and if any Meter is out of service or is determined to be registering inaccurately by more than two percent (2%), (i) the measurement of Energy produced by the Facility shall be adjusted as far back as can reasonably be ascertained, but in no event shall such period exceed six (6) months from the date that such inaccuracy was discovered, in accordance with the filed tariff of such Interconnecting Utility or the ISO-NE Tariff, whichever is applicable, and any adjustment shall be reflected in the next invoice provided by Seller to Buyer hereunder and (ii) Seller shall reimburse Buyer for the cost of such test of the Meters. Meter readings shall be adjusted to take into account the losses to Deliver the Energy to the Delivery Point. Seller shall make recorded meter data available monthly to the Buyer at no cost.

  • Measurement and Billing The Parties shall measure Interconnection in accordance with this Section 4.6 and xxxx in accordance with Article XXVII and this Section 4.6.

  • Sector Sub-Sector Industry Classification Level of Government Type of Obligation Description of Measure Source of Measure Services incidental to Manufacturing : 1 Services related to manufacturing of water pumps used in agriculture (CPC 88530/ISIC 12912) 2 Services related to producing of plastic packing (CPC 88470) 3 Services related to producing of PP packing (CPC 88492) : CPC 884 – CPC 885 : Central : National Treatment : Sub-sector 1: Foreign investment is restricted and subject to foreign equity requirement of maximum of 30%. Sub-sectors 2 and 3: Foreign investment is restricted. : Law on Investment, 2005 and its guiding documents.