Turning to the company's existing portfolio, John Laing said it faced operational performance issues in Europe, while in Australia, it experienced transmission issues relating to marginal loss factors
The performance of the proposed method relies on the loss factor
[lambda]equal to [[bar.c].sub.p,q]/[[bar.c].sub.q,p] in (8).
It said while phenomenon like draught was widely acknowledged as a crop loss factor
'the effects of other climate extremes like tropical cyclone are not well quantified, though their influence .
8b, results showed no notable dependence of loss factor
on the concentration of CNTs.
Thus, in this study, tan [delta] area (TA) and loss modulus area (LA) values are selected as damping performance parameter of materials which obviously clarify the effect of maximum loss factor
and effective temperature range on damping properties [17-20].
The dielectric loss factor
is found by the formula, ([epsilon]") = DF x [epsilon]'
The dielectric constant, dielectric loss factor
, and conductivity of the obtained P(DEAMSt-co-MMA) were measured at 1 kHz at room temperature.
[P.sub.t] is 13 dBm and G is 1.7 dBm for both of the equations and the extra loss factor
[P.sub.l] is found to be approximately 7 dBm.
Thus, insurance company has to bear the cost of undue and unjustified hospital admissions which is also a serious loss factor
for the health insurance sector.
(2) shows a linear dependence between loss factor
to driving frequency and inversely proportional to the stiffness of the system.
Lepoittevin and Kress  presented a new approach for finding optimum damping treatment by sectioning the constraining and constrained layers, and the loss factor
for a given mode improved between 48% and 92% compared to a full coverage configuration.