machine conditions

machine conditions

[mə′shēn kən′dish·ənz]
(computer science)
A component of a task descriptor that specifies the contents of all programmable registers in the processor, such as arithmetic and index registers.
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Using the SKF cloud service, engineers can access machine data, analyse or display machine conditions and view printable diagnostic reports.
This function operates in real time and is dynamic, so if the machine conditions change over time, the MR-J4 system tuning automatically adjusts.
Developed over the past two years and tested at full industrial scale the latest Optima II products achieve performance across a wider range of substrates and machine conditions.
A load management system that uses wireless communications to monitor machine conditions and communicate via boom-mounted light bar and in-cab warning systems;
Research is still ongoing to find the optimal bread machine conditions for kneading and baking the whole-grain dough.
Resin optimization, preform design, and machine conditions all played a role in the development, according to Milliken.
There's no need for any programming knowledge--any operator can take care of any need by keying in the machine conditions and the geometric part data.
The optimal cure time changes with variations in the injection molding machine conditions or with variations in the rubber compound.
The fact that we can perform runs under standard machine conditions and get excellent dispersion is quite promising," Fleischer said.
The A4-sized blue MRM Box collects machine and production data and uses web technology to transfer detailed real-time reports to the in-house network about the rate of use, production speed and work progress levels as well as machine conditions and alarms.
Education on the behavior of condensate in the dryer under a wide range of machine conditions.
Users can customize color-coded displays of shop-floor and machine conditions.