Definicja air buoyancy factor
A calculation that is used when performing quantity conversion calculations between a volume and a mass.
The air buoyancy factor is a correction made to the calculated base density to account for the difference between the density in a vacuum and the density in air. It is subtracted from the base density before the density is multiplied by the volume to calculate the mass.
The value of the air buoyancy factor can be defined in the material master and is used in the oil quantity conversion calculation if the air buoyancy factor indicator is set for a transaction.
Słownik i definicje SAPa na A.