light intensity


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Noun1.light intensity - luminous intensity measured in candelas
intensity, intensity level, strength - the amount of energy transmitted (as by acoustic or electromagnetic radiation); "he adjusted the intensity of the sound"; "they measured the station's signal strength"
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Global Aviation Beacons Technology Market Research Report: Information by Type (Low Light Intensity Beacons, Medium Light Intensity Beacons and High Light Intensity Beacons), Application (Airport, Aerodrome, Runway and others) and Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World) - Forecast till 2024
The ideal level of light intensity may determine better fish performance, without causing stress.
Earlier, a light intensity earthquake of magnitude 4.9 struck Nicobar Islands at 00:35 am.
The reflected light intensity is measured by sensors arranged around a circular path on the measurement plane shown in Figure 2.
OLED panels have benefits in machine vision applications because they give stable and uniform light intensity across the width of the panel.
Contact lens that adjust based on light intensity may be the next big vision correction product next year.
The accelerometer findings indicated that total volume of physical activity, from light intensity upwards, was associated with a lower risk of death from any cause.
Short bouts of light intensity exercise could lower the risk of early death among older men, a new study suggests.
The finding that (low intensity physical activity) is associated with lower risk of mortality is especially important among older men, as most of their daily physical activity is of light intensity," said the researchers led by Barbara Jefferis of University College London.
The authors found that the total volume of physical activity, from light intensity upwards, was associated with a lower risk of death from any cause.
The final part strength is known to vary when using different operating conditions including layer thickness [1-5], over-cure depth [3, 6], light intensity [1], scanning velocity [1, 2], and post curing time [6].
where [[tau].sub.e] is the effective carrier lifetime, [alpha] the absorption coefficient of the semiconductor at the illumination wavelength, [P.sub.0] the light intensity, [omega] the angular frequency of the light, [??] the reduced Planck constant, R the reflectivity of the wafer, and Ld the ambipolar diffusion length calculated using the diffusion characteristics of both electrons and holes [25].