D value

Microbiology. . 2009.

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  • D-value — Not to be confused with d value, pronounced dee prime value. D value may refer to: D value (microbiology) the decimal reduction time, the time required at a certain temperature to kill 90% of the organisms being studied D value (meterology) in… …   Wikipedia

  • D-value — i. The difference between the actual height of a certain pressure surface over sea level and the height of the same pressure surface of the International Standard Atmosphere. It is the difference between the reading of a radio altimeter and a… …   Aviation dictionary

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  • D-value (microbiology) — In microbiology, D value refers to decimal reduction time is the time required at a certain temperature to kill 90% of the organisms being studied. Thus after a colony is reduced by 1 D, only 10% of the original organisms remain. The population… …   Wikipedia

  • D-value (transport) — In transport, D value is a rating in kN that is typically attributed to mechanical couplings, and reflects dynamic loading limits between a towing vehicle and a trailer. The corresponding formula for a truck and trailer combination, used to… …   Wikipedia

  • D-factor — The difference between the values of “time altitude minus pressure altitude” taken at two different times in flight. It is the difference between indicated height and true height when an aircraft is flying over the sea. Also called D value …   Aviation dictionary

  • Value at risk — (VaR) is a maximum tolerable loss that could occur with a given probability within a given period of time. VaR is a widely applied concept to measure and manage many types of risk, although it is most commonly used to measure and manage the… …   Wikipedia

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