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The quality of being dense, close, or thick; compactness; -- opposed to rarity.
The ratio of mass, or quantity of matter, to bulk or volume, esp. as compared with the mass and volume of a portion of some substance used as a standard.
Weight of air or charge per cubic foot of volume
The number of people, jobs or housing that exist in relationship to the area occupied.
A physical property of materials measured as mass per unit volume. 2. The weight of a substance for a specified volume at a definite temperature, for example, grams per cubic centimeter at 200C. 3. Closeness of texture or consistency.
The density of the material is the ratio of weight to volume. It is usually expressed as pounds per cubic inch.
Water has a density of 1gram/cc. Density is the weight of a material as compared to an equal volume of water.
The density of a material is the quotient from the mass m and the volume V (DIN 53479)
The weight of a sheet of paper as compared to its bulk. For example, a paper that weighs more than another paper but is thinner has a higher density. Compacting the fibers creates a dense paper. See also bulk, weight.
is the weight of a given volume of gas, usually expressed in lb/cu ft at specific temperature and pressure.
the average number of individuals or units per space unit
the number of people who occupy a given space
The number of vehicles per unit distance along a road segment as measured at an instant in time.
the ratio of mass per volume of a substance dimensional analysis a process of problem solving that utilizes conversion factors rather that mathematical formulas
how close bit may be placed on magnetic tape. Measure in bits per inch (bpi)
Density is a measure of the intensity of use of housing land. It is calculated on the basis of the number of habitable rooms per hectare.
Quantity or number per unit volume or area.
Defined mathematically as parts per whole.
The amount of mass (kg) in a unit volume (cubic metre) of a substance. It depends on the substance itself and also its temperature - on the ocean the salinity, temperature and pressure all effect the density of seawater.
measure of an object's mass in relation to how much space it occupies.
The mass of substance in a unit volume; when expressed in the metric system, it is numerically equal to the specific gravity of the same substance
(1) The number of objects per areal unit. (2) In photography, the opaqueness of an image.
The number of housing units, people, or square feet per unit in an area, usually measured by acres.
Ratio of the weight of paper to the volume, i.e. high-density paper has a high weight to volume ratio.
Muscle hardness, which is also related to muscu-lar definition. A bodybuilder can be well-defined and still have excess fat within each major muscle complex. But when he has muscle density, even this intramuscular fat has been eliminated. A combination of muscle mass and muscle density is highly prized among all competitive bodybuilders.
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Physical rock property defined as total mass divided by volume (kg/m3 )
Mass per unit volume (often expressed as specific gravity). Well-logging units are g/cm3, often written g/cc.
(,d) Compare with specific gravity. Mass of a substance per unit volume. Saying "the density of mercury is 13.55 g/cm3 " is the same as saying "the mass of exactly 1 cm3 of mercury is 13.55 g".
a description of the amount of matter in a substance in relation to its volume
Physical Properties and Testing Mass of a unit volume.
The compactness of development. Common measures of density include population per acre or square mile and dwelling units per acre.
A measure of the intensity of use of an area (i.e., number of dwelling units per acre).
Density is a measurement of a material's mass for a given volume. The density of a material decreases when its volume increases. Because a gas expands when its temperature increases, heating air will decrease its density.
The mass to volume ratio, a measure of how much matter an object has for its size.
Reflects the amount of freight traffic moving over a segment of rail line measured in million gross ton-miles per mile.
A comparison of weight per volume, measured in pounds per cubic foot.
Mass of a given volume of a substance.
The weight of freight per cubic foot or other unit.
The mass of a substance contained in a certain volume. Snow in the lowlands of interior Alaska has a density of 0.18 to 0.24 kilograms per liter. Water has a density of exactly 1.00 kilograms per liter.
The weight of a unit of volume, usually expressed as pounds per cubic foot.
Density is the term meaning the mass of a unit of volume. Its numerical expression varies with the units selected.
compactness; the amount of matter that fills a certain space. The more dense an object, the less space it occupies per pound.
(1) The degree of solid black on one spot on a negative or the amount of ink on paper. Excess ink density on press results in a variety of printing problems. Correct density on a test page from an imagesetter means that the right dot size will be produced after the film is imaged and processed. (2) The degree of tone, weight of darkness or colour within a photo or reproduction, measurable by a densitometer. (3) In packaging, what a cubic foot of material weighs, as applied to cushioning materials.
The weight per cubic foot of foam. Density is independent of firmness, but is considered an important indicator of foam quality.
A ratio of the mass of an object by the volume that that mass occupies. In standard SI units, it is measured in g/cm3.
The number of hairs per square inch.
The number of bytes per linear length or unit area of a recording medium.
Number of gates available for a given die and process.
The number of symbol characters that can be represented in a specific unit of measure.
( DEHN SIH TEE ) THE WEIGHT, PER CUBIC CENTI-METER, OF SOLIDS & LIQUIDS, OR THE WEIGHT, PER CUBIC LITER, ( ) OF ATOMIC ELEMENTS OR CHEMICALS,THAT ARE GASES. IT IS NORMALLY, GIVEN, FOR THE MATTER AT, 25°C AS IN THESE EXAMPLEs: 2.5 grams / cu'cm or 2.5 gr / cc FOR SOLIDS & LIQUIDS AND FOR GASES . 0899 grams per Liter or . 0899 g/L & . 0899 g
The number of characters which can be encoded in a given unit of length.
The ratio between the mass of an object and its volume. In the metrtic system, density is measured in grams per cubic centimeter or kilograms per liter.
How tightly compacted a material is, ratio of mass of an object to its volume. Typically expressed in pounds and the high the number the more rigid.
A measure of the number of aerial shoots per uint area. Basically, a measure of how many grass plants within a certain area.
The intensity of development within a given area, usually measured for housing in terms of the number of dwellings per hectare. For more information please refer to annex C of PPG3.
The amount of mass per volume (m/v).
a measurable quantity in a given unit of space.
This term carries with it the usual definition. It also, in a large number of cases when used referring to scrap shipments, refers to the relative density of the grade under consideration. Two shipments of the same grade of scrap may have different densities, the one being prepared in such a way that the material is more compact and would weigh more per cubic unit. Generally speaking, the higher the density the more disirable the material.
Specific weight per volume unit.
Ratio of weight to volume of a material, usually in grams per cubic centimeter or pounds per gallon.
ratio of the mass of an object to the volume it occupies.
Determined by the weight expressed in pounds of a cubic foot of spray foam.
Mass per volume, in scientific units, Kg M-3 (kilograms per cubic meter). The density of water is 1000 Kg M-3. New snow density is often 60 to 80 Kg M-3.
the quantity per unit volume, unit area, or unit length.
The number of hair follicles per square inch of skin.
A paper's weight in comparison to its bulk.
Weight of a panel weight in lb/ft3 or kg/m3.
When applied to the rations, describes the amount of nutrients within a measurement unit of the total ration.
A measurement of the quantity or weight of matter contained in a given volume of space; usually expressed as grams per cubic centimeter
A measure of weight per cubic volume. Usually expressed in pounds per cubic foot. An important quality of foam, independent of firmness. Greater density in foam means more durability. Density can also mean number of coils per given area or wire surface coverage.
The number of individuals of a species per unit area.
The average number of persons, households or dwellings per acre of land.
The relative heaviness of objects, measured in units of mass or weight per units of volume. ( See specific gravity.)
The density of an object is the mass of the object divided by the volume of the object. Density has units of grams per centimeter cubed. The density of water is 1 gram per centimeter cubed.
The ratio of weight to volume (grams/cc) where water=1. See specific gravity.
A measure of object weight per cubic size.
Density is defined as the amount of mass in a unit volume. Density varies with temperature and pressure.
The amount of data stored in a given length of tape; usually expressed in bits per inch (BPI).
The quantity of mass contained in a specific volume.
technically, density refers to the weight of a material at a specific volume (unit weight). A specific density of asphalt is achieved my mechanically compacting (rolling) the hot material after it has been placed by the paving equipment. To most consumers of asphalt, it means the compaction of the material versus a theoretical value that is usually derived in a laboratory.
Determined by the weight expressed in pounds of a cubic foot of any material.
The ratio of a gemstone when compared to the weight of an equal volume of water. This means how heavy a gemstone is compared to the same volume of water. Also known as "specific gravity" for solids.
is the weight of a material as compared to an equal volume of water. Water has a density of 1gram/cc.
(symbol - Greek letter, rho) The amount of matter in a given volume of space, derived from mass/volume. Its basic unit is kg/m³, but g/cm³ is often used instead.
The weight of yarn in a unit of carpet, measured in ounces per cubic yard. The formula is D = W x 36/T where D is density, W is pile yarn weight in ounces per square yard, and T is pile thickness or height in inches.
in the case of residential development, a measurement of either the number of habitable rooms per hectare or the number of dwellings per hectare.
The amount of mass that 1 cm3 of a substance has.Measured in g/ cm3
the thickness of plant cover growing on a given area of land; usually expressed as a percent of cover for grass, or as stems per hectare for trees.
A measure of how heavy or light an object is for its size.
Density describes the amount of space filled by an object. In ecology, if trees are widely spaced upon the landscape, tree density is low. If the number of flying squirrels per acre is above normal, flying squirrel density is high.
The mass of a substance for a given volume.
for every unit of volume the mass is measured.
The equivalent property to specific gravity; measured by displacement.
The weight of a panel as measured in pounds per cubic foot, or in kilograms per cubic meter.
A measure of weight per cubic volume, usually expressed in pounds per cubic foot. Often referred to when discussing foam.
Number of housing units per gross acre.
A measure of the mass of a material divided by its volume.
The ratio between the weight and volume of the shipment. A typical shipment of household goods has a density of 6 lbs/ cubic feet.
A weight measurement used to judge the quality of an interior core material. 45 lb. density is known as the best commercial grade.
The term refers to the number of buildings per acre or the number of occupants per unit of land, square mile, acre, etc. Zoning ordinances are designed to control not only the manner in which the land is used, residential, industrial or agricultural, but also the number of buildings situated on the land and the number of people using it.
A nonspecific term that can be used to describe any area of whiteness on the chest film. Normal structures such as the heart as well as abnormalities in the lungs may be called densities. This term is often used when the nature or cause of an abnormal shadow is not known. It is a useful term in that situation, since other terms (e.g., "mass" or "infiltrate") frequently imply more specific entities which may or may not be present.
1.) Mass per unit volume, expressed in grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm3). 2.) A term used to describe populations. It refers to the number of animals per unit area, such as the number of mice per acre or hectare.
measure of concentrations of matter, expressed as mass per unit volume.
mass per unit volume. The density of sea water is an important physical property that helps control the vertical and horizontal motion of sea water and ocean currents.
(seawater) Grams of sea water per milliliter of fluid.
Mass per unit volume measured in grams per cubic centimeter.
The number of terminal beard hairs per square centimeter. Higher densities correspond to greater beard development and thicker beards.
A description of oil by some measurement of its volume to weight ratio. The industry usually relies on two expressions of oil's volume-weight relationship-specific gravity and API degrees. The larger a specific gravity number and the smaller an API number, the denser the oil.
The mass per unit volume of an object.
The mass of a standard volume of a given material, or the mass of the sample divided by its volume.
Mass per unit volume of a substance. Example: Units: g/cm3 or g/ml
The measure of how close together an object's mass is (grams per cm2)
A measure of the compactness of urban living, typically measured as dwelling units per hectare or homes per hectare. The minimum target set for any new development in the UK is between 30 and 50 units/ha. The suggested comfortable maximum is 250 units/ha in a central London setting close to a transport interchange.
the amount of something per unit
A measure of the mass per unit volume defined as the number of pounds per cubic foot of volume.
mass per unit volume. In the Gulf, determined by temperature and salinity.
The ratio of the original volume of the nonaerated foam solution to the resultant volume of foam. The inverse of expansion.
a ratio of mass and volume
The gravity of crude oil. Density is measured in kilograms of large, carbon-rich molecules per cubic metre or degrees on the American Petroleum Institute (API) gravity scale.
the number of buildings or persons occupying a certain area of land, generally an acre.
A division of the total quantity of whatever is to be measured by total land area. Generally, densities are used for analytical comparison of areas to one another. Typical calculations include density of population or housing units.
The quality of being close or compact; dense. In physics, density is a ratio of the mass of an object to its volume. In signmaking, it is a measurement used to express the hardness of foam boards, expressed in pounds-per-cubic-foot.
Density is the mass of an object divided by its volume. Density is a way of comparing the weight of substances given equal amounts of them; a litre block of wood for instance, compared to a litre of water. Density is a way of comparing things "pound for pound" as the saying goes.
(1) The number of individuals per unit area. (2) Refers to the relative closeness of individuals to one another.
Density is defined as the ratio of the mass of an object to its volume. The density of diamond is 3.52 grams per cubic centimeter.
A measure of the compactness of the matter within an object, computed by dividing the mass by the volume of the object.
In reference to piezoceramics, the mass per unit volume of a fired ceramic body. High density is an important measure of the quality and uniformity of ceramic material because it indicates the absence of microscopic pores which weaken the ceramic and cause poling difficulties.
Identifies the weight of paper compared to the volume; it is directly related to the paper's absorbency, stiffness, and opacity.
Density is the mass(M) divided by the volume(V) D=M/V. Density has a dimension of grams/cubic centimeter. Zinc is a lighter metal than copper because it has a lower density.
The number of people or housing units per unit of land (acre square mile etc )
The ratio of substance mass to substance volume, measured in g/cm3 (grams per cubic cm).
Measured in gm/cm2 or lb/in 2 A measure of the weight of the fluid. A better term than specific gravity.
A metric for office space utilization measured in square feet per person.The measure of square footage is usually Usable Square Feet, but is occasionally Rentable Square Feet. You don't know until you ask.
A word used to define the relative compactness of the cell structure of foam materials. Higher density, rated in pounds per square inch, is for higher weight items and lower density is for lighter weight items.
It is defined as the mass per unit volume, examples of the units include lb/ft3, and g/cm3.
the ratio of the mass of any substance to the volume it occupies. Typical ocean water has densities in the approximate range of 1.020-1.028 g/cm3.
The ratio of weight of a substance to its volume.
the mass per unit volume of a given quantity of snow, usually expressed in grams per cubic centimeter (gm/cm3). The density of water, 1 gm/cm3, (or 1000 kg/m5), is a convenient reference. In the absence of wind, new snowfall densities usually range from .07 to .12 gm/cm3, (70 to 120 kilograms per cubic meter), while in areas exposed to wind densities are often from .20 to .30 gm/cm3 (200-300 kg/m3). In general, high densities of new snowfall correlate with warm air (rimed crystals) or high winds (breakage of crystals), while low densities correlate with cold air (no riming) or low winds (crystals intact). Snowpack settlement also results in increasing snow density.
The amount of matter in a prescribed volume of material.
The mass per unit volume in a substance.
The amount of matter in a certain volume of substance, and is achieved by dividing the mass by the volume of a certain amount of matter.
A mathematical ratio between size (volume) and weight of a shipment.
Is the weight of a given volume of gas, usually expressed in lb / cu ft at SPT condition. ( 030)
The amount of mass per unit volume of a substance. Temperature, salinity, and pressure (or depth) all affect the density of water. Fresh water reaches itâ€™s maximum density at 4Â°C, increasing to either side of this temperature. In Cayuga Lake and other bodies of water, small changes in density can play major roles in the physics of stratification, gravity currents and internal waves.
The weight of a unit volume of a substance. Also called specific weight.
The ratio of weight (mass) to volume of any substance; usually expressed as grams per cubic centimeter. To Top
Pounds per cubic foot. The cubic footage of loose articles or pieces, or packaged articles of a rectangular, elliptical or square shape on one plane shall be determined by multiplying the greatest straight line dimensions of length, width and depth in inches, including all projections, and dividing the total by 1728 (to obtain cubic feet). The density is the weight of the article divided by the cubic feet thus obtained.
The density of a substance depends on both its mass and its volume. For example, feathers are less dense than lead. 1 tonne of feathers will have a greater volume than 1 tonne of lead. Similarly, 1 litre of lead will have a much greater mass than 1 litre of feathers. Density can be calculated by the equation: density = mass volume 1 litre of water has a mass of 1 kilogram, therefore the density of water is 1. Gold has a density of 19.3.
Probability Density. In MALT most densities are represented by vectors, (Pr(X=0), Pr(X=u), Pr(X=2u), ...) for some unit u. If the x values are not evenly spaced the density is input as a collection of pairs (x, Pr(x)).
In the most common usage, density () is mass density or mass per unit volume. Ï = m / V More generally, the amount of some quantity (mass, charge, energy, etc.) divided by a length, area, or volume. Relative density is the ratio of the density of a substance to the density of some reference substance. For liquids or solids, it is the ratio of the density (usually at 20 Â°C) to the density of water at 4 Â°C. This quantity was formerly called specific gravity.
Mass per unit volume of a substance. Usually expressed as grams per cubic centimeter (gm/cm^3).
The mass of a substance divided by its volume. In the United States, density is accepted as the weight of a substance divided by its volume. Foam density is often expressed as pounds per cubic foot or kilograms per cubic meter. (Test Method ASTM D3574)
A measurement, in bits per inch, used for characters of data on tape.
A measurement of the mass per unit volume. It is measured and expressed in pounds per cubic foot (pcf) or kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m3) (Test Method ASTM D3574).
Mass of a substance in a unit volume, eg. g/cm3; or numbers per unit area or volume, for example, people per km2. [Lat. densitas, density.
the amount of matter in a volume divided by the volume, so the units are grams per cubic centimeter. Water has a density of 1 gram per cubic centimeter. The lower case Greek letter rho is usually used the symbolize density in equations.
the weight of paper compared to the volume. In most cases, the higher the density, the higher strength.
the weight of tone or colour in any image, measurable by a densitometer. The printed highlight can be no brighter than the base paper or board, while the shadow can be no darker than the quality and volume of the ink the printing process will permit. A greater range is possible in film and colour transparencies than in printing.
A term, frequently used in connection with zoning requirements, which means the maximum number of building units per acre or the number of occupants or families per unit of land area (acre, square mile, etc.); usually the ratio of land area to improvement area.
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Mass per unit volume of a substance under specified conditions of temperature and pressure.
The number of pounds or kilos per cubic foot or cubic meter within a given space.
How much something weighs for its size or the mass of a substance. Water has a density of 1kg per litre
A measure of the number of a certain thing within a defined space. Population density, for example, measures the number of people in a given area (a square-mile, an acre etc.)
Weight per unit volume.
concentration of matter in an object; ratio of mass per unit volume
The ratio of the weight of a gem to the weight of an identical volume reference material, often water.
A measure of how close together people live in an area.
A quantitative material property, or measure, consisting of the the amount of mass that a material has within any given unit volume. Materials which are typically heavy, even in small quantities (or volumes), such as lead or gold, have higher densities than those which are less massive per unit volume, such as aluminum or gaseous hydrogen. In the physical metric (SI) unit system, density is expressed with the standard dimensions of kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m^ --or-- kg * m^-).
The actual weight of air in pounds per cubic foot (kilograms per cubic meter). At 70Â°F and 29.92 in. barometric pressure, air density is 0.075 lb/ft3 (1.2 kg/m3).
The mass of a unit volume of a gas at a stated temperature and pressure.
The mass of unit volume of a material at a specified temperature.
a property of matter representing the mass per unit volume.
the mass of a substance per unit volume
ratio of mass of an object to its volume. It is measured in grams per cubic centimeter. Water's density is 1.0.
The ratio of the mass of a body to its volume, or the mass per unit volume of the substance. When G.G.S. units are used, the density of a substance is numerically equal to the specific gravity of the substance referred to water a 4 degrees C, the maximum density (1,000) of water. For ordinary practical purposes, density and specific gravity may be regarded as equivalent.
The ratio of a material's mass to its volume. Nickel compounds used for coating purposes typically have densities in the range of 7.7 gm/cm3 to 8.5 gm/cm3, depending on the concentration of phosphorus.
The average number of families, persons, or housing units per unit of land; usually density is expressed "per acre".
The measure of tonal values.
number of training units per session
Equal to its mass divided by its volume.
Number of dwelling units (du) divided by the gross acreage (ac) of a site being developed in residential use; or, the number of dwelling units per acre (du/ac) except in the PRC District when density refers to the number of persons per acre.
Measure of firmness of the material in a midsole or outsole.
The mass per unit volume of a substance under specified conditions of pressure and temperature.
The amount of pile packed into a given volume of carpet (measured in ounces).
(A.) Character Density-In a linear bar code symbol, the number of data characters per unit length (typically, per inch). For a discrete symbology, the character width must include the inter-character gap. (B.) Net Data Density-The density of a linear bar code symbol is determined by dividing the number of characters in the symbol by the overall symbol length, measured from the leading edge of the start code to the trailing edge of the stop code.
A measurement of the amount of matter within a known space or volume. Air density is the measurement of the amount of air per unit volume at a fixed temperature, barometric pressure, altitude, etc.
Number of organisms per unit of area.
The mass of wood substance enclosed within the boundary surfaces of a wood-plus-voids complex having unit volume. It is variously expressed as pounds per cubic foot, kilograms per cubic metre, or grams per cubic centimetre, at a specified moisture content.
A measure of how much data is stored in a given area or linear sequence (track) on a specific medium. Density may be measured in Bits per inch or millimeter, in tracks per inch or millimeter, or in bits per square inch or millimeter.
Measurement of weight based on a certain amount of material. The weight of a lens material is reflected as its density.
the measure of how much material there is in a given amount of space
Mass per unit of volume of a substance. I.E.: grams/cu.cm. or pounds/cu.ft.
the average mass per unit volume; a measure of how much matter is squeezed into a given space; the more closely packed the molecules, the higher the density of the material. Density in the ocean is determined by salinity and temperature
Mass per unit volume, usually expressed as grams per milliliter or pounds per gallon.
A substance's mass per unit of volume.
The measure by which the quality of the rug's construction is judged. Determined by two factors: number of knots and the height of the pile in a given area.
A rate that compares the mass of an object with its volume. For example, suppose a ball has a mass of 20 grams and a volume of 10 cubic centimeters. To find its density, divide its mass by its volume: 20g/10 cm = 2g/cm (2 grams per cubic centimeter).
The density of a material is its total mass divided by its total volume. It's how much of a material fits packed up in as little space as possible.
The average number of people, families, or housing units on one unit of land. Density is also expressed as dwelling units per acre.
The weight per cubic foot that is determined by multiplying the length, width and height of a container and dividing the total by 1728.
The mass exerted by a given volume of a material. It is usually expressed in pounds per cubic foot (lbs/ft3). For gases, density is greatly affected by temperature and pressure. See also " SPECIFIC GRAVITY."
The mass per unit volume of a substance. Fluid. A substance tending to flow or conform to the outline of its container. Fluids may be either a liquid or a gas.
It is mass per unit volume. Unit is gr/cc or kg / m3 .
A quantitative measurement of tree cover on an area in terms of biomass, crown closure, number of trees, basal area, volume or weight. In this context, A tree cover @ includes seedlings and saplings, hence the concept carries no connection of a particular age. Expressed on a per hectare basis.
Measure of storage media capacity.
The weight of pile yarn in a unit volume of carpet. It is expressed in ounces per cubic yard in the formula: ensity = pile yarn eight (in ounces per square yard) times 36 divided by pile hickness or pile eight (in inches). Pile density factors for commercial carpets range from 4200 to 8000. = x 36 / or
Number of stitches per given area.
The ratio of an object’s mass to its volume.
Density is a measurement of the mass per unit volume (e.g. 5.3 lb Memory Foam) and is one of the most important of all properties. Density is a function of the chemistry and additives used to produce foam. Density affects foam durability and support. Typically, the higher the density, the better the foam will retain its original properties and provide the support and comfort it was originally designed to produce.
The number of homes built on a particular acre of land. Allowable densities are usually determined by local jurisdictions.
The mass of substance per unit volume. In SUTRA, fluid density can vary linearly with solute concentration or fluid temperature. The solid grain density is uniform and constant and is relevant only in simulations involving energy transport or solute transport with sorption.
Density is defined as mass per unit volume. Density is usually expressed in units of kilograms per cubic metre [kg/m3
The intensity of development in a given area. Usually measured, for housing, in terms of number of dwellings per hectare. Net residential density is measured as the number of dwelling units per hectare of land developed specifically for housing and directly associated uses. This includes access roads within the site, private garden space, car parking and incidental open space/landscaping.
The ratio of mass to volumeâ€”in other words, the amount of matter within a given area. In the SI system, density is typically expressed as grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm3), equal to 62.42197 pounds per cubic foot in the English system.
the number of vehicles occupying a road lane per unit length at a given instant.
Characteristic of a material, the value of which is the weight divided by its unit of volume. The density of polystyrene is usually given in kilograms per cubic meter.
The degree to which the atoms of a substance are packed. Density is the measure of mass per unit of volume. Density = Mass/ Volume
The mass per unit volume of a material body.
the amount of mass in a given volume of something. Two objects can be the same size, but have different densities because one of the objects has more mass "packed" into the same amount of space. Objects are smaller when they are cold, larger when hot.
Usually: the number of dwelling units per acre in residential districts. Gross density is defined as the total number of dwelling units divided by the total land area of the site, excluding nothing. Net density is the total number of dwelling units divided by the net area of the lot or site (excluding roads, public open space, utility rights-of-way, and community facilities)
Mass per unit volume. Commonly expressed as kilograms per litre.
That property of a substance which is expressed by the ratio of its mass to its volume.
The mass or amount of matter per unit of volume.
The mass divided by the volume, usually expressed in g/cm3 (equivalent to Mg/m3) or sometimes given as a ratio to theoretical density.
A measure of the amount of data that can be stored per square inch of storage area on a disk.
Mass per unit Volume: D=MV
The relative compactness of the form cell structure. The higher the density the more weight it can support. Density is measured in pounds.
The amount of mass per unit volume. In heat transfer problems, the density works with the specific heat to determine how much energy a body can store per unit increase in temperature. Its units are kg/m3.
The weight of an article per cubic foot.
the number of residential units per area of land (e.g. 4 dwelling units per acre).
The amount of mass or number of particles per unit volume. In cgs units mass density has units of gm cm. Number density has units cm (particles per cubic centimeter).
is the amount of mass per unit volume of matter, and is usually given as grams per cubic centimeter or kilograms per cubic meter. Water at room temperature has a density of 1 g/cm 3, (or 1000 kg/m 3), rocks are about 3 g/cm 3, and iron has a density of 7.9 g/cm 3. For convenience you can say "Pluto has a density of about 2," meaning it is about twice as dense as water.
The mass of fluid per unit volume. For a compressible fluid flow, the density can vary from place to place.
the weight of a material in a given volume. It is usually given in grams per millilitre ( g/ml).
Normally used as a measure of weight per cubic volume, which is usually expressed in pounds per cubic foot. An important quality of foam used in upholstered furniture. Greater density in foam is generally equated with better quality and durability. Density can also be used to refer to the number of coils per given area in a mattress.
The number of dwelling units per acre or hectare (residential). The ratio of floor space or building area to the site area (commercial).
The mass per unit volume of a substance. Units: Mg/m³ , kg/m³ , g/ml.
The average number per unit of area. Greater densities provide better usage of transportation alternatives no matter which mode is used.
The mass per unit volume. It is represented with the greek letter rho p
The number of dwelling units per acre. Allowable densities are determined by the Zoning By-Laws of the local government.
mass divided by volume, mass per unit volume
a relative measure of the amount of logic, measured in gates, integrated into a single programmable logic device. Higher density equates to more gates; often used interchangeably with "complexity."
The physical characteristic measuring mass in pounds per foot; affects equipment utilization and rate decisions.
Density is a standard measure of units per area (typically reported in dwelling units per acre or du/ac). High-density areas have more homes per unit of land than low-density areas. A typical suburban development (lower density) may have a housing density of 2 units per acre, while a typical townhouse development (higher density) may have a housing density of 22 units per acre.
Amount of logic in a device, often used to mean capacity. Usually measured in gates, but for FPGAs better expressed in Logic Cells, each consisting of a 4-input look-up table and a flip-flop.
A physical characteristic of a commodity measuring its mass per unit volume; or pounds per foot cubed; an important factor in rate-making since density affects the utilization of a carrier's vehicle.
The number of dwelling units permitted per net acre of land.
The measurement of the weight of a solution, as compared with the weight of an equal volume of pure water.
Mass per unit volume is measured by pounds per cubic inch.
The amount of development permitted per acre. It may be expressed in dwelling units per acre for residential development or as building square footage per acre (floor area ratio [FAR]) for commercial/industrial development.
The mass per unit volume of a substance. For example, lead is much more dense than aluminum.
mass of a substance per unit volume (i.e. pure water has a density of 1 gram per milliliter).
The mass per unit volume of a substance expressed in pounds per cubic foot, grams per cubic centimeter, etc.
The number of dwelling units (houses, apartments, townhouses, duplexes, etc.), or buildings per unit of land. In Neighborhood Planning, this is often expressed as dwelling units per acre or du/ac.
the floorspace of a building or buildings or some other unit measure in relation to a given area of land.
In the context of reloading this means, 'sectional density', or SD, which is the mass of a bullet in proportion to its cross-section. For simplicity the SD is usually calculated by dividing the weight (in grains) by the square of the diameter. As an example take a 150 grain bullet from a .308 Winchester: divide 150 by the square of .308 (.0949) to get 1581.2 and divide again by 7000 (the number of grains in a pound weight) to get .226 which is the SD.
The number of families residing on, or dwelling units developed on, a gross acre of land.
the mass of an object per unit volume
Tiheys Densitet The ratio between liquor weight and volume, e.g. kg/m3 or kg/l. As applied to timber, density is the mass of wood substance and moisture enclosed within a piece expressed in kilograms per cubic meter. As the mass will vary dependant on the amount of moisture in the piece, density is often expressed at a spesified moisture content, usually 12%.
The amount of mass per volume in an object or region of space.
The amount of mass or number of particles by volume of unit. In units of cgs the total density has GM units centimeter-3. The density of the number has units centimeter-3 (particles by cubical centimeter).
The weight of cargo per cubic foot or other unit. Weight (in pounds) divided by [(Length" x Width" x Height") divided by 1728].
The ratio of the mass of a specimen of a substance to the volume of the specimen.
typically refers to the measurement of a population, which in simple terms, is the number present within a unit of area. This may be a poor measure because the size of some plant species may be more important in terms of density rather than the number of that species in that area.
The ratio of mass to volume of an object.
the mass of a unit volume of a substance. Its numerical value varies with the units used.
is a measurement of the mass per unit volume. Measured and expressed in pounds per cubic foot (pcf) or kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m3), density is one of the most important of all properties. Density is a function of the chemistry used to produce the foam and additives included with the foam chemistry. Density affects foam durability and support. Typically, the higher the polymer density, the better the foam will retain its original properties and provide the support and comfort it was originally designed to produce.
Measured in grams per cubic centimeter (or kilograms per liter); the density of water is 1.0, iron is 7.9, and lead is 11.3.
how much material an object has in the space it occupies: density = mass/volume.
the ratio of the mass of a body to its volume, usually expressed as its specific gravity.
a relative measure of the consolidation of a bedding or backfill material.
A measure of the number of characters stored in a specified amount of space. For example, the number of characters per inch of magnetic tape (Bytes per inch).
is the ratio of the mass of an object to its volume. Snow has a density averaging about 0.1, firn has a density of about 0.55, and glacier ice has a density of about 0.89. The density of unmineralized fresh water is 1.
Density is a standard measurement of thickness in fabric weight. Yarn size, amount of warp ends, and weft picks determine the density.
The ratio of a substance’s mass to its volume at a given temperature and pressure. Example-water at 25°C, 1 atmosphere of pressure =1.0 gr/cm3 = 8.35 lb. Per gallon.
The quantity of something in a unit of volume; a measure of compactness.
The density refers to the weight of a timber. This is expressed as weight Kg/m3 at 12% moisture content. The specific gravity is defined as the density of wood to the density of water at 40 c.
The weight of a sheet of paper relative to its bulk. Compacting fibers create a dense paper.
1. The ratio of the mass of any substance to the volume occupied by it (usually expressed in kilograms per cubic meter, but any other unit system may be used); the reciprocal of specific volume. In a continuous medium the density is defined by a limiting process and is a point function. 2. The ratio of any quantity to the volume or area it occupies; for example, flux density, power density, ion density, electron density, drainage density.
The amount of mass per unit of volume.
Mass ratio of a material with respect to its volume according to DIN 51 757. Usual units for solid materials (apparent density): grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³) fluids, grams per milliliter (g/ml) gases, and kilograms per cubic meter (kg/cm³). Other permissible units are kg/dm³, kg/cm³, kg/l
The number of persons or buildings occupying a certain amount of land. An acre is usually used.
The measure of unit mass equal to its weight, divided by its volume (lbs/ft3); standard air is 0.075 lbs/ft3.
Number of dwelling units per square measure of land, usually in acreage or in number of feet.
The weight per cubic unit of measure.
Mass per unit volume of a substance usually expressed in lbs/ft3 or grams/cm3.
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The ratio of the mass of an object to its volume. For example, water has a density of one gram of mass for every milliliter of volume.
1. Distribution of population over a given area of land. 2. Large mass in a given area.
The weight of a material in relationship to its volume.
The mass per unit volume (usually expressed as grams per cubic centimeter). (Also see SPECIFIC GRAVITY.)
number of organisms per unit of space.
The number of persons or dwelling units per acre.
Density is a measure of how massive an object is per unit volume. For example, iron is more dense than wood; one cubic meter of iron weighs more than one cubic meter of wood.
A measure of the compactness of a substance given by the mass per unit volume (d = m/v). Common units of density include g/ml, g/cm3, and kg/L. A measure of lead is not heavier than an equivalent measure of styrofoam, it is denser.
The ratio of the mass of a substance to the volume it occupies. In oceanography, it is equivalent to specific gravity and represents the ratio of the weight of a given volume of sea water to that of an equal volume of distilled water at 4.0°C or 39.2°F.
Forensics]. The amount of a substance per unit of volume.
The gravity of crude oil, indicating the proportion of large, carbon-rich molecules, generally measured in kilograms per cubic metre or degrees on the American Petroleum Institute (API) gravity scale