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In zoning, the number of things allowed per unit of land, such as number of houses, occupants,or families per acre.

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The verification system to be delivered to Kyushu University, the second system of the kind, features a thin, elongated cylindrical cell stack which, together with higher packing density, enables a greater than 40 percent reduction in requisite installation space compared to earlier systems.
At the same time, particle agglomeration needs to be minimized to improve the packing density of the particles.
have now taken a closer look at the lower limit on packing density.
The Penumbra Coil 400 has the potential to achieve higher packing density than other coils on the market and with fewer coils, especially in large aneurysms.
Furthermore, it must in the years to hard disk shelves are procured with higher packing density and capacity and are used based on years of best practices and current projections of the amount of disk space required.
These positions were the bottom, where particles would sediment with time forming a highest packing density of SiC, and the top, 0.
DeltaPaq and DeltaPlush microcoils feature Micrus Endovascular's Delta Wind[TM] technology, which is designed to achieve greater intra-aneurysmal packing density than conventional microcoils.
The results may be astonishing, but according to the lattice model, there is a clear distinction between the effects of molecular packing density due to cooling, which produces difference in the number of voids (as observed when the mold temperature is varied) and the molecular packing density due to hydrostatic compression (when holding pressure is varied), which results in the same number of voids, only their size is reduced and no significant difference in free volume fraction.
The Q-Class platform has enabled FUJIFILM Dimatix to develop new families of high-performance printheads and jetting assemblies that deliver the largest range of drop sizes, broadest ink compatibility, and higher packing density than previously possible.
The specific variations imposed on the org-MMT involve initial interlayer (or gallery) distance and packing density of organic chains within the layered silicates.
Thanks to this short exposure wavelength, it is possible to reduce the size of chip structures and increase their packing density.