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critical area

[′krid·ə·kəl ′er·ē·ə]
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This is done by using risk based methods in identifying the critical areas, so-called hot spots , that needs to be inspected and non-critical areas that do not need further assessment.
Dayton, they said, has the authority to enact a regional moratorium on frac sand mining through the use of the Critical Areas Act.
Because the delivery of goods and services is likely to become unreliable, planners must assess critical inputs and vendors, and develop redundancy in critical areas.
The city is now purchasing several new high-tech, self-cleaning bathroom booths--at up to $300,000 apiece--to be installed in critical areas, with an urban anthropologist to pinpoint major problem spots.
The program objectives include optimizing residual stress distribution in castings at ambient temperature, minimizing distortion and shrinkage of castings to prevent cold cracking, and predicting critical areas for hot tearing and crack formation in permanent molds or dies.
The completed work on these most critical areas is just one step in the effort to prevent a Katrina-like catastrophe in California.
Various individual quality standards and algorithms can be defined for each of these regions of interest, including electronic "eagle eyes" for particularly critical areas of a sand core.
The group, led by Michael Baney, vice president of professional services and customer support, will assist customers in critical areas such as asset utilization, business optimization and process management.
53-lb casting met 50 ksi, 40 ksi and 5% elongation properties in critical areas.
The CSC has made significant improvements in the conditions of incarceration for women offenders over the last 12 years; however, there are still critical areas that need to be addressed,

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