working area

working area

[′wərk·iŋ ‚er·ē·ə]
(industrial engineering)
A portion of the workplace in which a worker moves about while fulfilling work tasks.
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Summary: The head of the peacekeeping forces in south Lebanon expressed his satisfaction in a tripartite meeting Wednesday that the working area of UNIFIL has remained calm and stable.
Workspace management models covering both activity-based working area and portfolio flexibility are developed to assist an organisation to allocate staff and working area more flexibly and efficiently.
The coolant is injected or sprayed into the working area between the tool and workpiece.
The addition of a programmable mobile base is said to increase the working area of this unit to rival that of more standard area gantry robots, according to the manufacturer.
The original space underwent an overhaul to include two conference rooms, a reception area, a large working area with state-of-the-art computers for agents, administrative and relocation staff.
Many other applications are possible with the addition of attachments, such as pallet forks to lift sorted material, grapples for sorting, hooks for lifting large, single items and sweepers to clean up the working area," he says.
Not only do they start at around $50,000 without the necessary programming software, but a unit with the desired working area would have cost at least twice as much.
The working area is located in the southwest region of Mongolia; its administrative area is under the control of ALTAYN Zha Hui Su Mu.
A dedicated waste chute should be integrated into the working area to allow clearing of the work area without additional decontamination cycles
The Hydro-Balance design uses two tie bars behind the working area, including one under compression while the other is in tension.
A new technical working area on characterization methods for ceramic powders and porous materials has been formed within the Versailles Project on Advanced Materials and Standards (known by the acronym VAMAS) to develop technical data on the size distribution and surface area of particles and porosity of unfired (green) bodies for use by standards-writing organizations.
It has a very compact design, combined with a large working area.