intake area

intake area

[′in‚tāk ‚er·ē·ə]
(hydrology)
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However, with the influx of behavioral health patients, Cincinnati Children's has had to use the intake area for temporary observation of those patients until they're cleared to return to the waiting area, transferred to the observation unit, or admitted, which has had "an adverse impact on efforts to improve ED flow," he says.
This results in the design data of the sewer system, Such as the intake area, Wastewater volume, Etc.
Contractor to be pursued for carrying out the work round-the-clock to attain maximum progress in the intake area before overlapping the coffer dam.
It's tempting to turn the key and see if the car still works, but if there is water up to the air intake area of engine or has entered into the engine, attempting to start it could possibly aggravate the damages.
Army Corps of Engineers spokesman Scott Clemans said three, 2-foot-by-5-foot grates that prevent debris from entering the dam's water intake area were found dislodged during a January inspection.
This caused flooding in the seawater intake area and the local switchgear and control room for the SPC seawater supply pumps with the water level reaching 1 to 1.
This resulted in flooding of the sea water intake area in the industrial port of Sohar and affecting installations and operations of neighbouring companies including SPC.
To funnel that many people through one portal, or one type of intake area, was almost physically impossible.
Large workpiece widths often totally or partially cover the hood intake area by closing the open side of the hood.
on the disaster's impact and toured its reactor building and a water intake area where a pump was destroyed by the tsunami.
In terms of fuel economy, aerodynamics, and aesthetics, the design of the "neora's" front end is revolutionary, with a minimum intake area that decreases drag and achieves both beauty and energy efficiency.