PROJECT


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project

[′prä‚jekt]
(engineering)
A specifically defined task within a research and development field, which is established to meet a single requirement, either stated or anticipated, for research data, an end item of material, a major component, or a technique.

Project

The total activity that is to be undertaken, whether a construction or renovation project, that is the total construction work to be performed under the contract documents.

project

1. A construction undertaking, composed of one or more buildings and the site improvements, planned and executed in a fixed time period.
2. In an office, a job or a commission.
3. A planned, large apartment building or housing complex, usually built at minimum cost with government funds for low-income families; also called a housing project.
4. The total construction designed by the architect, of which the work performed under the contract documents may be the whole or a part.

PROJECT

Subsystem of ICES. Sammet 1969, p.616.
References in classic literature ?
The project was abandoned; Davoust shrugged his shoulders and went out, whispering to himself--'Bah, il devient superstitieux
There are certain projects which are never revealed until the favorable opportunity arrives.
His Majesty the Emperor has deigned to send your excellency a project submitted by me.
You see, my dear sir, I have read your project," interrupted Arakcheev, uttering only the first words amiably and then- again without looking at Prince Andrew- relapsing gradually into a tone of grumbling contempt.
So spoke the German geometrician; but his project was never put into practice, and up to the present day there is no bond in existence between the Earth and her satellite.
starting from this principle, I ask myself whether, supposing sufficient apparatus could be obtained constructed upon the conditions of ascertained resistance, it might not be possible to project a shot up to the moon?
Huntingdon, and very much grieved for me; but still he looked upon my project as wild and impracticable.
But, indeed, I had a hard time of it,' said she: 'mamma was very greatly disappointed at the failure of her darling project, and very, very angry at my obstinate resistance to her will, and is so still; but I can't help it.
My lord was pleased to represent me as a great admirer of projects, and a person of much curiosity and easy belief; which, indeed, was not without truth; for I had myself been a sort of projector in my younger days.
The bailiff listened attentively, and obviously made an effort to approve of his employer's projects.
As a long-time participant in the demolition industry, I can recommend several techniques and tools that can help a contractor develop a helpful estimate for a project under consideration.
8] As part of the academic program at the United States Military Academy(USMA), every cadet is required to successfully complete an engineering project during his/her senior year.