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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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Caption: Figure 2: Variation of the elastic energy density and the dissipated energy density per unit rock volume under loading-unloading conditions.
Even considering that EVs are three times more efficient, the energy density of batteries must improve by a factor of 20 to give a comparable range.
Kakavas [10] expressed the strain energy density function in terms of the second and third invariants of the logarithmic strain tensor with three independent material parameters.
A critical comparison shows that although the energy density of Li-Ion is ten times greater than a hybrid supercapacitor, typically at 35 Wh/L, the Li-Ion battery's power delivery capability is less than one tenth that of the hybrid supercapacitor, typically at 1 kW/L or greater.
SUPER-POWERED Some of the meals in this collection are packed full of foods that are extra low in energy density as well as filling, so they'll help you speed towards your weight-loss target even faster, while still feeling super satisfied.
Enevate's HD-Energy Technology provides significantly higher energy density Li-ion batteries by utilizing a novel silicon-dominant composite anode film that has four times the energy density of conventional graphite anodes commonly used.
Slimming World's Food Optimising healthy eating programme is based on the science of energy density and satiety (foods that are low in energy density are those that are low in calories yet filling and satisfying).
Among lithium primary batteries, there are numerous chemistries to choose from, each offering unique performance characteristics For example, hand-held glucose monitors are often powered by LiMN02 (lithium manganese dioxide) batteries that have certain limitations, including high self-discharge, low energy density, and a narrow temperature range (-10 to 60[degrees]C).
In 2002, the National Academies of Science and Engineering issued a report, Frontiers in High Energy Density Physics: The X-Games of Contemporary Science.
We investigated the intraspecific relationships among energy density, fork length, mass, and water content for Arctic cod captured by Black Guillemots and Thick-billed Murres at two sites (Western Beaufort and Hudson Bay).
While Li-ion batteries have a high energy density and can store large amounts of energy, they suffer from low power density and cannot quickly accept or discharge energy.
The opportunity part resides in the first two numbers--a lead-acid battery's energy density is about 50 Wh/kg, a third or less than that of the typical lithium-ion's 150 Wh/kg.

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