The following is the formula for Capacity Utilization: Capacity Utilization, CU = {(Actual Output - Potential Output) / Potential Output}. On the other hand, Capacity Utilization Rate, CUR = {(Actual Output - Potential O... More » World View Social Sciences Economics

Water-holding capacity is defined as the water retained between field capacity and wilting point. Field capacity is the saturated state of water in the soil that can drain freely due to the force of gravity. Wilting poin... More » Science Environmental Science

In the field of computers, the definition of transmission capacity is the ability of electronic transfer present in a wireless network that is not dedicated to other uses. It is a metric that indicates the data transmiss... More » Education
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