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According to MBR

This study evaluated the agreement between BW in CSHRR and MBR. It found that both registers had very high agreement. The lowest correlation coefficients were observed in the early and late periods. The association between BW in these two registers was linear in both periods. It is not clear whether this correlation is due to rounding of BW in MBR or CSHRR. According to MBR the authors, this correlation indicates good agreement.

 Do They Have Good Agreement?

Various factors determine the effectiveness of MBR. The first is the packing density of the membrane. A higher packing density prevents fouling of the membrane. This decreases the permeate flux. In a submerged MBR, the packing density is around 55%. In contrast, a submerged MBR is more energy-efficient and requires fewer equipment. However, both types of MBRs can be aerobic or anaerobic depending on the application.

The second factor that influences the output of MBR is the pulse phase. A low strobe phase means that the bottom screen is less affected than the top. If the bottom screen is too dark, increasing the strobe phase will help the monitor recover to its working mode. The final factor to consider is the amount of energy that the backlight consumes during the refresh cycle. While a high output level is good for the economy, it is not a strong indicator for the metals market.

For MBR analysis, the BWs were classified into eight groups in each register. However, this comparison only involved BWs between the years of 1979-1991. Before, rounding procedures in the MBR were introduced. In this study, 4% of BWs were classified into adjacent BW categories and only 0.1% were placed more than two categories apart. This was a highly reproducible result, and the k-coefficient was 0.93.