This method is also generally known as the most similar system design in the context of comparative policy. A more realistic estimate of scale effects is found using [math]H_.1/100,[/math] to make freeboard and overload without senzs. This method of analysis leads to more conservative estimates of economies of scale. This analysis also shows that the difference between large and small overloads for an identical average overload load is most pronounced for small freeboards (high water level). The difference is sharpest when the breaking water is low, where more water overflows into the armoured ridge, giving more air resistance. The wave share also significantly influences the reversal flow. In the event of a strong fraction of the wave, the main part of the rotating water is sprayed when the wave hits the slope and breaks. For the small fraction of the wave, much more water flows through the armored layer. This also has an impact on the differences observed in over-topping, with greater differences for the escarpment of the low wave. In the high case of breakwaters, the Kammber must be more or less filled with water before unleashing, especially in case of a small fraction of the wave. This reduces the effect of viscosity and is probably the reason why there are only small differences in overloads for this section. The conclusion is that the size of economies of scale is highly dependent on the superior geometry of the structure.
Consider as an example of the two similar countries difference method. Country A has a centre-right government, a uniform system and was a former colony. Country B has a centre-right government, a single system, but has never been a colony. The difference between countries is that Country A easily supports anti-colonial initiatives, while country B does not. The difference method would or would not identify the independent variable as the status of each country as a former colony, the dependent variable supporting anticolonial initiatives. This is because the two similar countries have compared, the difference between the two is whether they were previously a colony or not. This then explains the difference with the values of the dependent variables, the former colony supporting decolonization rather than the country without a history of being a colony. The advantage for the supplier is that the probability of getting a project if it already has a framework contract should be higher than in the case of an open procurement procedure.
However, some suppliers complain that after they have already been named into the framework contract, they must offer individual projects anyway and, after a lot of time and effort, they can no longer receive projects. Modelling effects caused by differences in wave height distribution, dissyop rence and wave construction were identified. Because wave properties are very important for small overloads, it is difficult to separate these model economies from economies of scale. As a result, two different standardization methods were used to determine economies of scale. The traditional standardization method leads to an underestimation of economies of scale, because at identical [math] H_-m0 wave heights, the extreme waves in the small model are significantly larger. Even with this dimensionless plot that underestimates economies of scale, larger dimensional overloads were identified in the large format model for the low and normal height of the breaking water. This clearly shows that there is a scale effect. The difference is the sharpest for small breakwater free peaks (high water level).
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