- a concentrated source (especially of radiation or pollution) that is spatially constricted
- δ Angular diameter of the source Se as seen from point C ε Angle of rotation.
- The main point source for emissions to air is the waste gas from the underfiring systems.
- δ Angular diameter of the source Se as seen from point C
- the source of specimens must be indicated using one of the codes contained in point 2 of Annex IX to this Regulation.
- α angular subtense: the angle subtended by an apparent source, as viewed at a point in space, expressed in milliradians (mrad).
- Where contributions from industrial sources are to be assessed, at least one sampling point shall be installed downwind of the source in the nearest residential area.
- The water catchment area from the source of the Arnò stream to the dams down-stream , near the point where the Arnò stream flows into the Sarca river
- the water catchment area from the source of the Arnò stream to the dams down stream, near the point where the Arnò stream flows into the Sarca river.
- Each applied position is realized on the test goniometer with respect to a line joining the centre of the light source and point HV on a aiming screen.
- As stated in point 1.3.2 of the Risk Capital Guidelines, the Commission considers that the main source of market failure in risk capital markets relates to information asymmetries.
- “emission source” means a separately identifiable part (point or process) of an installation from which relevant greenhouse gases are emitted or, for aviation activities, an individual aircraft;’
- Hourly N2O concentrations [mg/Nm3] in the flue gas from each emission source shall be determined by continuous measurement at a representative point, after the NOx/N2O abatement equipment (if abatement is used).
- ‘measurement point’ means the emission source for which continuous emission measurement systems (CEMS) are used for emission measurement, or the cross-section of a pipeline system for which the CO2 flow is determined using continuous measurement systems.’
- Total emissions of a greenhouse gas (GHG) from an emission source or the amount of CO2 conducted through the measurement point over the reporting period shall be determined by using the formula below.
- ‘engine’ means the motive propulsion source of a vehicle for which type-approval as a separate technical unit, as defined in point 25 of Article 3 of Directive 2007/46/EC, may be granted;