holding time


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holding time

[′hōl·diŋ ‚tīm]
(communications)
Period of time a trunk or circuit is in use on a call, including operator's time in connecting and subscriber's or user's conversation time.
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Nevertheless, it is necessary to optimize the combination of pulse holding time, the number of pulses and pressure levels in order to reach the desirable log-reduction of microorganisms compatible with the specific application at hand.
The bainitic transformation took place at the temeperature of 425[degrees]C with the holding time of 600 s.
Figure 3 shows the DSC data for samples prepared by compression molding two amorphous PET sheets at 180[degrees]C with varied holding time.
holding time and temperature affect the chemical composition, microstructure and chilling tendency of gray iron;
After inoculation, the undercooling [approximately 77F (25C)] was almost the same for all the samples during the holding time.
Variations in parameters such as charge mix, furnace temperature, furnace holding time, ladle preheating, tapping rate, tap stream impact location (inside or outside of alloy pocket), tap weight, condition of the alloy pocket, actual Mg content in the FeSiMg alloy, layering of the alloy sandwich and amount of steel cover all affect the Mg recovery.
Telecorp's ACD Management Reporting Software provides real-time details on incoming calls, such as call holding time, average answering speeds and the number of calls in queue, and compiles important graphical information on individual agent or group performance over selected periods of time.
It was also learned that there was a corresponding reduction in both the Ti and B content with both decreasing in proportion to holding time.
Internet calls have a mean holding time of approximately 20 minutes, while that of voice calls is three minutes.