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short haul

Short distance. Short haul implies traversing a small geographic area such as a few miles at most. Contrast with long haul. See line driver.
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This usually comprises 25% of the screw flight length. Here material is melted for the shot.
Considering that for safety critical systems the probability of system failure or failure condition is very small in a flight (of the order of 1E-06 to 1E-09 per flight) and that the flight length t is much smaller than life of airplane T the following definition is nearly equivalent to those in Eqs.
The model exploits the statistical features of human walk that observed in mobility studies, including flight length, inter-contact times, etc.
JEOL's MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer, the JMS-S3000 SpiralTOF, reinvents Time-of-Flight ion optics with an extended flight length in a compact footprint, delivering a resolving power of >60,000 (FWHM) over a mass range of m/z 10-30,000.
Regarding travel planning, using Kayak.com's sliders to adjust things such as takeoff and landing time or flight length will give patrons a look into what is actually affecting the price.
These include average flight length, passenger revenues as a percentage of total revenues, scheduled service revenues as a percentage of total revenues, international passenger revenue kilometers as a percentage of total passenger revenue-kilometers, average load factor, and the percentage of state ownership in the airline.
Pre-routing simulations are performed across worst-case model and PCB construction variations whose models include signal-level package interconnect to identify the slowest circuits within bus groups and to refine the Manhattan based PCB routing target flight length values for each source load pair on each signal.
These rotors have modifications in flight length and angle so that the distributive mixing is improved (i.e., ZZ-2 of Krupp Elastomertechnik and the new rotor of Pomini).
Samoa Air, which opened in 2012, asks passengers to declare their personal weight during booking, which is then charged per kg (2.2 lb) at a rate dependent on flight length. The customers will also be weighed at the check-in counter.
The service will be available starting at $4.95, based on flight length and device used.
Service will start at USD4.95 and go up based on flight length and device used.