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Nominal size is the size of the largest aggregate in a grading.

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A nominal interest rate is an interest rate that does not factor in the rate on inflation. Nominal interest rate could also refer to an interest rate that does not adjust for the full effect of compounding.

That means Nominal Diameter is 300 mm

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NB stands for Nominal Bore.

Nominal bore which is designation for pipe size.

HI,IT'S mean the pressure nominal is 16 bar,and depended to the temp.

It is a rated value

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'Nominal' simply means 'named'. So a 'nominal current' is simply a 'named current' and a 'nominal voltage' is simply a 'named voltage'. As opposed to 'actual'. For example, in Europe, the 'nominal voltage' is 230 V, but this doesn't mean that the voltage IS necessarily 230 V, because it is allowed, under the various statutes, to vary above or below the nominal value by a certain percentage (between -6% and +10%, for example, in the UK). The same applies to a nominal current -for example, a kettle's nameplate may specify that the kettle or some other appliance draws a nominal current of, say, 12 A. But, in practice, the actual current will vary due to variations in supply voltage.

Occupation is nominal data. There is not an order to the category occupation, so that eliminates ordinal and interval.

NB (nominal bore) is the European designation equivalent to NPS is DN (diamètre nominal/nominal diameter/Durchmesser nach Norm), in which sizes are measured in millimeters. NB (nominal bore) is also frequently used interchangeably with NPS.You can refer more details herehttp://www.piping-engineering.com/nominal-pipe-size-nps-nominal-bore-nb-outside-diameter-od.html

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Pressure Nominal 40; 40 bar pressure rating for European flange

Patty charged a nominal fee for her notary public services. The word nominal is an adjective and in this sentence means token.