Suwaidiyah Power Station-I was small, with three turbines using associated gas from the Suwaidiyah field installed by end-1973: two Hitachi turbines with 18.75MW design capacity, at 27[degrees]C, and a 24%

yield ratio; and one AOG turbine with 19.5MW design capacity, at 27[degrees]C, and a 28%

yield ratio.

The tillers-to-main shoot grain

yield ratio (mg [mg.sup.-1]) (grain

yield ratio) was obtained by dividing the tillers grain yield by the grain yield of the main shoot.

7) Finally, the earnings yield/bond

yield ratio is currently close to an allatime high, and hence Russian equities now look very attractive relative to bonds (see Chart of the Month).

For each of 293 comparisons of organic or semi-organic production to locally prevalent methods under field conditions, the

yield ratio is the ratio of organic: non-organic production.

The municipal bond

yield ratio for short-term bonds is normally smaller than for long-term bonds; the yield on municipal bonds with a one-year maturity averages only about 70% of the yield on comparable taxable bonds.

The data, when plugged into a formula, give a

yield ratio of 13.

where [Y.sub.e]/[Y.sub.t] is referred to as the

yield ratio. All else the same, the equation implies that increases in tax rates should cause a decrease in the

yield ratio.

Oswalt, Northrop, covered Phase 11 of "A Study of the Relationship of Notch

Yield Ratio and Fracture Toughness of Structural Aircraft Quality D357 Aluminum Casting Alloy" (90-171).

If valid, the levels would

yield ratio probabilities, i.e., level 4 patients would die twice as often as level 2 patients.

It had two 200MW units, with a

yield ratio of 34-37%.

They began operating in 1989, with a total capacity of 150MW and a 31%

yield ratio. Their annual rate of gas consumption in 2010 was about 423 MCM, at a load factor of 100%.