conversion factor


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factor by which a quantity that is expressed in one set of units must be multiplied in order to convert it into another set of units

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048 million Btu per barrel or equal to the thermal conversion factor for Aviation Gasoline (Finished).
40]K) in the ground (floor) and walls were obtained by summing the products of emission probability and conversion factor for each of the [gamma]-rays energies emitted by the radionuclides concerned.
Even then the decision that a new conversion factor should be agreed between ASA and BWEA was taken in October 2007 but has only just emerged, over a year later.
The best applications of this system have come from a conversion factor for medical care and a conversion factor for all surgeries.
In general, the annual thermal conversion factors presented in Tables A2 through A6 are computed from final annual data or from the best available data and labeled "preliminary.
Liquidity facilities that adhere to this rule, classified as eligible short-term liquidity facilities, will be subject to a 10% credit conversion factor for the purpose of calculating the capital requirement.
Implicit FX = (Domestic Price / ADR Price) * ADR Conversion Factor
Implicit FX = Domestic Price x ADR Conversion Factor / ADR Price
This conversion factor is then multiplied by the underlying mortgage loan principal balance to calculate the notional balance.
This conversion factor is stipulated in the terms of the CPN loan from 1988 and provides compensation for the excess return of 15 percent higher annual dividend - the so-called CPN interest - that CPN owners will no longer receive after conversion of CPNs to stock.
This conversion factor was stipulated in the terms of the CPN loan upon its issuance in 1988 and provides compensation for the excess return of 15 percent higher annual dividend - the so-called CPN interest - that CPN owners will no longer receive after conversion of CPNs to stock.
Using a gas conversion factor of 10 mcf per barrel, current production net to the acquired interest is approximately 270 boepd (barrels of oil equivalent per day).
248 million Btu per barrel, equal to the thermal conversion factor for special naphthas.
A discussion of ozone gas conversion factors is included in the appendix, along with tables of conversion factors and units of measure (English and metric).
applying credit conversion factors to certain types of commitments, as well as the appropriate risk-based capital treatment of certain securitizations with early-amortization provisions, and