volumetrically


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vol·u·met·ric

 (vŏl′yo͝o-mĕt′rĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to measurement by volume.
2. Having the appearance of existing in three dimensions: volumetric computer animations.


vol′u·met′ri·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.volumetrically - with respect to volume; "analyzed volumetrically"
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At full rotation, a pneumatically actuated slide-gate valve opens and charges the conveyor, which meters the material volumetrically according to infinitely adjustable user controls.
Newer microsampling technologies are designed to collect quantitative, volumetrically accurate specimens.
At full rotation, a pneumatically-actuated slide gate valve opens and charges the conveyor, which meters the material volumetrically according to infinitely adjustable user controls.
The porous architecture increases the surface area of the electrode volumetrically, which can lead to increased electrochemical performance and the design freedom to further reduce the size of the electrode.
The LSTF simulates a Westinghouse-type four-loop 3423 MW (thermal) PWR by a full-height and 1/48 volumetrically scaled two-loop system.
Therefore, the 3-D surface coordinates acquired from CMM and Micro-CT were analyzed volumetrically to investigate the comparison of those measurement techniques.