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Dynamic demand description. The formula by which demand is measured is an important underlying definition to the measurement. Generally speaking, all of the meters in a given utility will be configured to measure demand the same way. Nevertheless, it must be defined. An 'interval' of 60, 30, 15, 10, or 5 minutes must be defined to describe the interval of time over which usage is measured. When demand is defined to be DemandKind.rollingBlock, both an 'interval' and a 'subinterval' must be defined, where the 'subinterval' must be a multiple of the 'interval' which contains it. A common setting is '15-minute rolling block with 5-minute subintervals.'