fatigue factor

fatigue factor

[fə′tēg ‚fak·tər]
(industrial engineering)
The element of physical and mental exhaustion in a time-motion study; the multiplier used to add the fatigue allowance to the normal time.
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The Blue Wave can also count on the fatigue factor to favour them as Al Shabab played the final of the Gulf Club tournament against Al Seeb in Oman late on Wednesday.
Glasgow ROCKS coach Sterling Davis has told his side to ignore the fatigue factor to keep their chase for a BBL play-off place on track.
It's often argued that we are handicapped going into big international tournaments because of the fatigue factor.
There was evidence of some fatigue factor of Cena as a baby face, which was evident in the last episode of Raw.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Turkey's combative president, Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an, has miscalculated in believing that the fatigue factor will set in on the opposition with his strategy of buying off and intimidating the critical and independent media, narrowing political space for dissent, partisan interference into the judiciary and working through informal political networks and a patronage system to keep his support base from erosion.
A prominent surname sometimes carries unsavory associations and the risk of a fatigue factor.
30pm ANTRIM skipper Niall McKeever thinks referees should take the fatigue factor into account when deciding whether to flash black cards.
The Mariners also went to league winners Brisbane in their last domestic match and downed the Roar 2-0 so maybe the fatigue factor is being overplayed.
The fatigue factor, physical and mental, has to be factored in, said Clark, especially as Blues played with ten men from the 62nd minute onward.
THE fatigue factor will be taken fully into account when Lee Clark decides on his team for tomorrow's game at Blackburn Rovers.
Tonight's game will be Sunderland's fourth this month and they still have another three in December, which means Poyet will have to take the fatigue factor into account.
This ease of access enables more frequent monitoring and faster corrective action, which helps alleviate a major fatigue factor of operators.