3]/h), relative air humidity (percents), air temperature ([degrees]C), air velocity (m/s), surface area to volume ratio (1/m), noise isolation (dB), annual heat requirement (kWh/[m.
What does SAVR stand for?
SAVR stands for Surface Area to Volume Ratio
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Because of their size and high surface area to volume ratio, ultrafine particles have the capacity to carry and deposit potentially harmful organic chemicals deep into the lower respiratory tract where they promote oxidative stress," Sleiman said.
The surface area to volume ratio of smaller fish is normally higher resulting in faster drying rates .
Both have plans that are dissected into rib skeletons so that they have a large surface area to volume ratio.
The fine capillary structure gives the material a large surface area to volume ratio, ensuring distribution of fluids.
Resistance to air flow out of a foam block or voided specimen was therefore likely to be a complex function of open surface area of the four sides and the maximum path length through which air is expelled, which in a non-voided specimen may be simplistically related to the open surface area to volume ratio of the test sample.
Inclusions have a buoyancy too great to be fully explained by low specific gravity differences and large surface area to volume ratios.
The properties of nanostructures are different to those of the bulk material, due to the high surface area to volume ratio and possible appearance of quantum effects at the nanoscale.