performance characteristic

performance characteristic

[pər′fȯr·məns ‚kar·ik·tə′ris·tik]
(engineering)
A characteristic of a piece of equipment, determined during its test or during its operation.
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Ferrule Opti-Garcl[TM] offers highest performance characteristics available for aseptic installations.
HCP's patented Triad application concept offers multiple performance characteristics in the same delivery system all within the initial product application.
DuraGrip TPE is said to be a versatile thermoplastic elastomer that enhances the value of end use products through its performance characteristics and features, including, when needed, a soft-touch feel.
However, heat dissipation is a critical issue with GaAs, to the point that the material is fast approaching the upper limits of its performance characteristics.
The Hong Kong Urban Renewal Authority project, URA Project K2, in Kowloon, incorporates some 510 square metres of the SR curtain walling system with WSL F120 glass, providing fire resistance for 120 minutes integrity and insulation, with unrivalled strength and wind-load performance characteristics.
Application: This paper asses some of the performance characteristics of a newly available surface-strengthening polymer for newsprint.
There is an evident shift to higher capacities, performance characteristics and pricing that will likely continue well into the decade.
This combination of performance characteristics is ideal for a microwave power amplifier.
Suitable for residents who are allergic to latex, the Latex-Free Exercise Bands feature color-coded resistance levels and performance characteristics that parallel those of latex bands, so no user or instructor re-education is needed.
This article reviews the basis for grain refinement and modification, including the optimization of practices for hypoeutectic Al-Si alloys and the performance characteristics of commercial master alloys with respect to incubation time, fade and trace element interactions.
These advantages include superior tracking, greater flexibility, and potentially improved performance characteristics.
TPE compounds are now said to be used by an increasing number of automotive, appliance and other OEMs, owing to their cost/recyclability advantages over conventional rubber, their material performance characteristics and their soft touch aesthetic appeal to the consumer.

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