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Efficiency Factor and Decoupling TrainingPeaks

2021-7-1  “Efficiency Factor” and “Decoupling” use this relationship to tell us how fitness is progressing. Efficiency Factor We have known for decades that if heart rate during an all-aerobic (below lactate/anaerobic threshold) workout rises while the intensity (power or pace) stays the same then the athlete is not operating efficiently and his or her aerobic endurance is questionable.

Enable Efficiency Factor and Aerobic Decoupling

2015-6-16  Enable Efficiency Factor and Aerobic Decoupling metrics for Running · Issue #1407 · GoldenCheetah/GoldenCheetah · GitHub. New issue. Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Pick a username.

Enable Efficiency Factor and Aerobic Decoupling

double firstHalfHR = 0.0, secondHalfHR = 0.0; int halfway = ride->dataPoints().size() / 2; int count = 0; @@ -72,21 +73,26 @@ class AerobicDecoupling : public RideMetric {. if (count++ < halfway) {.

Decoupling and decomposing analysis of construction

2018-8-17  Of the two efficiency factors, machinery efficiency was the main driving factor for the decoupling state between energy consumption and output

An Introduction to TrainingPeaks Metrics: Part Two

2021-6-30  To determine Decoupling we compare the Efficiency Factors for the two halves of the workout or selected interval. This comparison produces a percentage representing the decline in Efficiency Factor from one half to the next. As a rule of thumb, you are looking for a decoupling

Efficiency of heteronuclear broadband decoupling and

Decoupling sequences can be evaluated, as shown in Waugh's theory, with a J scaling factor on a long time scale. The efficiency of low-power decoupling, however, must be determined by cycling sidebands, as well as by the J scaling factor, when the sampling is not synchronized with the decoupling cycle.

Eco-Efficiency Trends and Decoupling Analysis of

Negative decoupling comprises three subcategories: strong negative decoupling in which GDP decreases, environmental impacts increase, and the elastic coefficient value is negative; weak negative decoupling in which GDP and environmental impact both decrease, and the elastic coefficient value is in the range of 0–0.8; and expansive negative decoupling

Decoupling economic growth from GHG emissions

2019-6-1  The GI factor is the only factor which is solely introduced in the industrial sector and, consequently, only makes a small contribution. Its positive contribution arises from the development of clean production technology. The EE factor has the biggest positive impact on decoupling due to the agricultural sector. During the period, this sector increased its energy consumption and

Decoupling the origins of irreversible coulombic

2021-3-4  Decoupling the origins of irreversible coulombic efficiency in anode-free lithium metal batteries

Enable Efficiency Factor and Aerobic Decoupling

2015-6-16  Enable Efficiency Factor and Aerobic Decoupling metrics for Running #1407. amtriathlon opened this issue Jun 17, 2015 · 0 comments Labels. P1 metrics request. Milestone. 3.2. Comments. Copy link Quote reply Member amtriathlon commented Jun 17, 2015.

Computational Efficiency of Decoupling Approach in

To improve computational efficiency of the model, Friedly and Rubin present a general, concise formulation (decoupling approach) by means of linear algebraic manipulations of the stoichiometric coefficients of the chemical reactions, which can reduce the number of unknown variables and simplify the reaction source/sink terms.

Efficiency of heteronuclear broadband decoupling and

Decoupling sequences can be evaluated, as shown in Waugh's theory, with a J scaling factor on a long time scale. The efficiency of low-power decoupling, however, must be determined by cycling sidebands, as well as by the J scaling factor, when the sampling is not synchronized with the decoupling cycle. We introduced, therefore, another scaling factor which characterizes the decoupling on a

Determination of efficiency of anechoic or decoupling

2021-5-29  x Decoupling coatings consisting in surrounding the radiating parts of the hull by a layer of compliant material. The role of a decoupling coating is to reduce the radiation factor, or radiation efficiency of the hull. x Anechoic coatings, whose role is to reduce acoustic reflection from the hull, by absorbing incoming waves.

The decoupling of GDP and energy growth: A CEO guide

2021-3-12  The efficiency effect The second factor checking energy demand is the increased efficiency with which energy is put to use. While a growing middle class in many emerging economies will trigger spectacular increases in the demand for products such as refrigerators, laundry machines, and air conditioners, advances in LED lighting, smart appliances,

(PDF) Definition of unifying decoupling efficiency of

Reply to "Comments on 'Decoupling efficiency of a wideband vivaldi focal plane array feeding a reflector antenna. By Rob Maaskant. Fast and Accurate Analysis of Reflector Antennas with Phased Array Feeds including Multiple Reflections between Feed and Reflector. By Per-Simon Kildal.

Decoupling Design: Customizing Revenue Regulation

2016-11-7  K Factor: An adjustment used to increase or decrease overall growth in revenues between rate cases, if a key assumption (such as increased efficiency or growth in rooftop solar) is likely to vary significantly during the decoupling period. Hybrid: Basically a combination of regulatory mechanisms; for example, RPC and K Factor.

Decoupling the origins of irreversible coulombic

2021-3-4  Decoupling the origins of irreversible coulombic efficiency in anode-free lithium metal batteries

(PDF) Driving Factors of Decoupling between

2021-3-27  intensity factor always promotes decoupling, the economic factor always restrains decou- pling, and the structural factor gradually strengthens the restraining effect on decoupling.

A systematic review of the evidence on decoupling of

2020-6-11  GDP growth factor: 22.8 DMC growth factor: 8.4: Relative decoupling of DMC and GDP coinciding with large (factor 8) increase in material use. Schandl and Turner 2009: Australia: 1950–2011: DMI: Descriptive: DMI growth factor: 10 GDP growth factor: 50: Finds relative decoupling but strong growth of total DMI. Wood et al 2009: Australia: 1975

Decoupling Analysis of Water Footprint and Economic

Furthermore, efficiency effect is the decisive factor of water footprint reduction and economic effect is the main factor of water footprint increase, while population effect plays a weak role in promoting the increase in water footprint.

Determination of efficiency of anechoic or decoupling

2021-5-29  x Decoupling coatings consisting in surrounding the radiating parts of the hull by a layer of compliant material. The role of a decoupling coating is to reduce the radiation factor, or radiation efficiency of the hull. x Anechoic coatings, whose role is to reduce acoustic reflection from the hull, by absorbing incoming waves.

Transforming Consumption: From Decoupling, to

2019-11-1  Technological Efficiency and Decoupling. Innovation focused on “factor ten” efficiency improvements—from product dematerialization, to eco-substitution, decarbonization, energy efficiency, intensifying production, servicizing, etc.—has been central to initiatives to decouple consumption and environmental impacts .

(PDF) Efficiency grounds and welfare effects in

Efficiency grounds and welfare effects in decoupling farm support 119 Notes 1 For a useful overview see OECD (2000). 2 i.e., households whose income consists mainly of non-agricultural sources. 3 A very interesting review of general equilibrium implementations is

Decoupling Design: Customizing Revenue Regulation

2016-11-7  K Factor: An adjustment used to increase or decrease overall growth in revenues between rate cases, if a key assumption (such as increased efficiency or growth in rooftop solar) is likely to vary significantly during the decoupling period. Hybrid: Basically a combination of regulatory mechanisms; for example, RPC and K Factor.

(PDF) Definition of unifying decoupling efficiency of

Reply to "Comments on 'Decoupling efficiency of a wideband vivaldi focal plane array feeding a reflector antenna. By Rob Maaskant. Fast and Accurate Analysis of Reflector Antennas with Phased Array Feeds including Multiple Reflections between Feed and Reflector. By Per-Simon Kildal.

Sustainable use of natural resources in Italy: measuring

2006-11-16  – eco-efficiency for measuring decoupling of environmental impacts from economic growth. Decoupling Factor = 1 Decoupling Rate It is 0 or negative if there isn’t decoupling while it is comprised in the interval ]0, 1] when Environmental Pressure is 0.

(PDF) Driving Factors of Decoupling between

2021-3-27  intensity factor always promotes decoupling, the economic factor always restrains decou- pling, and the structural factor gradually strengthens the restraining effect on decoupling.

What is Aerobic Decoupling?: How to accurately

2017-8-1  Inadequate aerobic fitness isn't the only factor that can trigger decoupling. It can also be caused by dehydration and improper fueling, altitude, weather, and muscle fatigue. When analyzing data, you need to consider all of these elements. Beyond the chart: Using the Aerobic Efficiency metric. While heart-rate decoupling

A systematic review of the evidence on decoupling of

2020-6-11  GDP growth factor: 22.8 DMC growth factor: 8.4: Relative decoupling of DMC and GDP coinciding with large (factor 8) increase in material use. Schandl and Turner 2009: Australia: 1950–2011: DMI: Descriptive: DMI growth factor: 10 GDP growth factor: 50: Finds relative decoupling but strong growth of total DMI. Wood et al 2009: Australia: 1975