major defect

major defect

[′mā·jər ′dē‚fekt]
(industrial engineering)
Defect which causes serious malfunctioning of a product.
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Alvarez pointed up a major defect of Dalian Locomotive and Rolling Stock Corp.
A self-clearing defect notice is in addition to the current minor and major defect notices that may be issued by enforcement officers.
So I don't think you're dealing with a major defect in procedure.
There is a major defect when it comes to the security investigation apparatuses and agencies entrusted with levelling charges," added El-Balshy.
Increased migration signals a major defect and discontent in the realities and outcomes of the current capitalist globalisation.
While the changes are on the whole an improvement, the major defect in the Executive Life "estate resolution" remains unaddressed.
This strategy of tension release also led to a major defect in sarcomere and myofibril formation.
This vulnerability seems a major defect in the design of a super-strong corporate android, and though Woolfson promises to reveal more details about the "missing scene" and how exactly Deacon was reprogrammed, its absence from this volume is a bit confusing.
will assess all major vehicle components including electrical systems, brake systems and drive train to ensure that these elements are working without defect or the possibility of major defect.
As an example, one recent study utilized the inline AOI defect report to identify that the major defect type in the product group under analysis was tombstoning.
One major defect of the Ro-Ro option instead of the Syrian route is the cost.