turnaround cycle


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turnaround cycle

[′tərn·ə‚rau̇nd ‚sī·kəl]
(engineering)
A term used in conjunction with vehicles, ships, and aircraft, and comprising the following: loading time at home, time to and from destination, unloading and loading time at destination, unloading time at home, planned maintenance time, and, where applicable, time awaiting facilities.
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