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batch

[bach]
(computer science)
A set of items, records, or documents to be processed as a single unit.
(engineering)
The quantity of material required for or produced by one operation.
An amount of material subjected to some unit chemical process or physical mixing process to make the final product substantially uniform.
(petroleum engineering)
In a pipeline operation, a volume of a crude oil of a given density that is pumped next to one of a different density to help prevent mixing of deliveries.

batch

1. A quantity of concrete or mortar mixed at one time.
2. A quantity of adhesive mixed at one time.

batch

A group, or collection, of items.
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As the company moves toward commercialization of this product, it is focusing on the implementation of Electronic Batch Records to help scale manufacturing efforts.
It was also seen that the batch temperature remained almost constant during the complete mixing cycle, irrespective of the type of rotors.
As the batch is processed the tag shows an identity to be linked to the data and to the critical events unique to its processing journey.
The processing time of batch b (Bb) on machine m which is denoted by [P.
The 2nd batch includes "74" persons representing the Religious Guidance delegation, the Administrative and Financial delegation, the Supervising delegation on Hajj campaigns, the Medical delegation, the Royal Oman Police (ROP) delegation, the Scouting delegation, the Media delegation and the delegation of the State's Administrative and Financial Audit Institute "SFI".
New customers can also purchase a complete 9900-1BC Batch Controller system, which includes a 9900 Transmitter (Generation II), a Batch Module and Relay Module for a factory configured solution.
A pre-settable batch limit prevents over batching by not allowing a batch greater than the specified value; its preprogrammed, three-second pulse time fail-safe closes the valve in case of flow signal interruption.
A single ingredient or multiple ingredient batch system
Maguire introduced its largest batch weigh blender yet, for up to 10,000 lb/hr, double the size of its next-largest unit.
A combination of both continuous and batch cleaning is considered the optimal solution for effective press fabric cleaning," said Weavexx's Norman and Summer.
NYSE:BMC), a provider of enterprise management solutions, has announced that Airline Tariff Publishing Company (ATPCO) has chosen to extend its commitment to CONTROL-M for dynamic batch management.