Some of the simulations were a bit funny like having a lot of crowd noise being created around the players to get them used to Indian crowds and the noise factor but it showed that no stone was being left unturned in the effort to conquer the final frontier.
What does NF stand for?
NF stands for Noise Factor
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While in Denmark, Transtec engineers also measured the tire--pavement noise factor, which joins texture among environmental and economic concerns, according to Dr.
Nearby residents fear, if the development goes ahead, Banks will be under no obligation to regulate the noise factor of the turbines.
Additional factor types also may exist, such as * those used in mixtures in the paint industry * covariates which may confound or interact with other variables, such as the diet of patients in weight loss clinics * constant factors fixed at a particular value, such as the volume of a reaction * noise factors, which can be measured but not controlled, such as the humidity in a large room The values, or levels, of the factors should be set wide enough that the effect of the factor on the response is felt but not so wide as to be impossible, unsafe or too costly.
Besides the noise factor, the two teams can't wait to make the move.
As far as the noise factor, the only time we hear any noise is when the wind speeds are over 15 mph, and that is just a whoosh, whoosh, as the blades pass the tower.
A sigh can be considered a noise factor because it has a respiratory volume out of range," said Vlemincx.
The noise factor associated with washing machines and dishwashers doesn't aid chill out time, so consider this when purchasing white goods.