Definicja linear/volumetric conversion constant
A pair of values which defines a permanent correlation between a reading from a linear scale and a volumetric quantity.
Linear/volumetric conversion constants form the basis of calculations used to determine the quantity of material in a storage object (tank) for any given material level in that storage object. This alignment of volumes to linear values is necessary, because, for instance, with irregularly-shaped tanks, the material volume cannot be calculated by simply multiplying the linear (dipping rod) reading by a given factor.
Słownik i definicje SAPa na L.