work package


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work package

[′wərk ‚pak·ij]
(industrial engineering)
The amount of work required to complete a given job that falls within the responsibility of a single unit of the organization handling the project.
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BECAUSE TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES ARE INDIVIDUAL TRACKS RATHER THAN COMPLETE WORK PACKAGES, PRINTING ONE OF THESE PROCEDURES IS SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT THAN PRINTING OTHER PARTS OF AN IETM.
The latest work package has made the Harbin Hafei Airbus Composite Manufacturing Centre the largest supplier to the five per cent of the A350 XWB work packages to be performed in China, said Liu Guanglin, Chairman of the Manufacturing Centre.
In this separate work package, the material properties and the application areas of the lubricants were determined by means of analytic chemical, physical and tribological techniques.
Within each work package, users can place or access relevant documents, tracking data, status information and queries for that correspondence.
The basic work package includes preparing the ship for tow to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, where she will be mothballed after decommissioning in San Diego in August of this year.
The maintenance work package and revitalization of the aircraft took TRISTAR CAPITAL LLC about 120 days.
In making the announcement, Jacobs Group Vice President Phil Stassi stated, "Syncrude selected us for this complex work package because of the active knowledge we have gained through our 25-year on-site maintenance presence at Syncrude's facility.
The work package includes, but is not limited to, dry docking, underwater hull inspection, repairs to the potable water tank, ballast tank, fuel oil tank, superstructure and main propulsion shafting.