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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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Initially, the gas density leaving VB2 (MV2) is lower than the gas density in the upper part of Vessel 2 (Figure 5) but later the gas density becomes higher (mark B) than the gas in the top of Vessel 2 and the density becomes even higher than the density in the upper part of Vessel 1 (mark C).
Caption: Figure 17: The effect of gas density on apparent permeability of shale (pore diameter = 50 nm).
Because of the increased gas density, mass diffusion and heat conduction of the plasma kernel are accelerated, resulting in a broader distribution.
Here [[rho].sub.b] is the burned gas density in the schlieren flame sphere, [[rho].sub.u] is the unburned gas density, and [r.sub.f] is the instantaneous schlieren flame radius in the horizontal direction.
Fabian and his colleagues showed that these ripples correspond to places in the cluster where the gas density is slightly higher than the average.
where [rho] is the gas density (kg/[m.sup.3]), u is the gas velocity vector (m/s), [C.sub.i] is the mass fraction of species i (--), [D.sub.i,m] is the molecular diffusivity of species i ([m.sup.2]/s), [[mu].sub.t] is the turbulent viscosity (kg/m x s), S[c.sub.t] is the turbulent Schmitt number (= 0.7 for gases), and [R.sub.i] is the net rate of production by chemical reaction (kg/[m.sup.3] x s).
The relationship between diffusion and gas density is clearly observed in Graham's Diffusion Law, which states that diffusion velocity is inversely proportional to the square root of gas density (Cremasco, 2002).
is the gas density, dV is the volume element and DT/D represents the temperature substantial derivative depending on time.
If the span gas is regulated at a pressure greater than local atmospheric conditions, the gas density will be greater, yielding a false calibration.
Various studies have been performed during the last 40 years investigating the relationships between gas density and airflow in a selection of obstructive disorders.
On entering the surrounding cooler air of the atmosphere, the hot gas begins to cool as it rises, which progressively reduces the gas volume, with a proportional increase in the gas density.