Definitions for "Transmissivity"
The capacity of an aquifer to transmit water. It is dependent on the water-transmitting characteristics of the saturated formation (hydraulic conductivity) and the saturated thickness. For example, sand and gravel formations typically have greater hydraulic conductivities than sandstone formations. The sand and gravel will have a greater transmissivity if both formations are the same thickness.
the rate at which water passes through an aquifer.
A measure of the capability of the entire thickness of an aquifer to transmit water. Also known as coefficient of transmissivity.
A measure of luminous flux remaining in a light beam after it has passed through a specified distance of the atmosphere.
Keywords:  ratio, energy, passes, total, object
The ratio of energy that passes through an object to the total amount of energy received.