# density correctionの例文

- Mass flow is derived from the volume flow result to which a density correction is applied.
- Air density corrections need to be taken into account for centrifugal fans that are specified for continuous operation at higher temperatures.
- To get the actual power at, the designer would have to divide the power at standard conditions by the air density correction factor.
- To get the actual horsepower at 200癋, the designer would have to divide the brake horsepower at standard conditions by the air density correction factor.
- The AGA 7 calculation itself is a simple ratio and is, in essence, a density correction approach to translating the volume or rate of gas at flowing conditions to a volume or rate at base conditions.
- When a centrifugal fan is specified for a given CFM and static pressure at conditions other than standard, an air density correction factor must be applied to select the proper size fan to meet the new condition.
- To get the actual pressure required at, the designer would have to multiply the pressure at standard conditions by an air density correction factor of 1.25 ( i . e ., 1.0 / 0.8 ) to get the system to operate correctly.
- To get the actual pressure required at 200癋, the designer would have to multiply the pressure at standard conditions by an air density correction factor of 1.25 ( i . e ., 1.0 / 0.80 ) to get the system to operate correctly.
- Elseth, T ., Nicolaysen, R ., Roberts, D . E . R . Grain Density Correction of the Density Log : A Core-Log Calibration Method for Improved Porosity Prediction in Mineralized Micaceous Sandstone Reservoirs, SPWLA 42 nd Annual Logging Symposium, June 17 20, 2001.