Intensity of Operation

Intensity of Operation

 

an index describing the operating conditions for a product. It is expressed as the ratio of duration of operation of a product to the calendar period (in hours) during which it is used (accrued operating time).

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Taking into account the intensity of operation of boats on the Kazakh sector of the Caspian sea and the volume of shipped oil and fuel on them, the risk of pollution and damage is very high.
Gates of entry and exit fees of the airport and officials of coordination within the halls of travel and access and security personnel as well as employees of the airstrip from all different disciplines on their dedication in their work and the service of passengers and their understanding of their duties and responsibilities, The staff of Egypt Air, especially the station and the ground services, are quick to carry out their tasks with high accuracy and ability to work under pressure with the intensity of operation especially the period of conferences and important events, as well as the free market operators to provide them with the best products, offers and gifts for passengers.
The visit included inspecting the travel halls, access to buildings 1 and 2, identifying the airport's capabilities and the capacity of passenger traffic, which is witnessing the intensity of operation of international and domestic flights in the current period.
He directed his field commanders to enhance the intensity of operations against those responsible for the carnage and assured additional support for renewed focus on operations.
The deal is part of IHG's drive to reduce the capital intensity of operations, the vendor said.
Lowering the energy intensity of operations depends on a company's supply chain and how its products are manufactured and sold.
An army official quoted by pro-regime daily Tishreen downplayed the intensity of operations against Daraya's rebels.
The ratings are based on recent delays in the firm's debt servicing, the high working capital intensity of operations and negative operational cash flows.
"With the current high intensity of operations, every soldier is a vital asset to the Army and someone else had to take your place." Collins was just a teenager when he joined 1 Royal Anglian - known as the Vikings - after seeing their 2007 Afghan battles on a Ross Kemp TV series.
forces there during 2006-2008, insurgents were expanding their area and intensity of operations, resulting in higher levels of overall violence.
It shows how the level of environmental considerations changes as the intensity of operations transitions from peacetime operations through the employment of forces and back to peacetime operations.
It seems likely that the transfer will take place towards the latter part of March to more or less tie in with the start of the airlines' summer schedules (March 25), although factors such as the intensity of operations for that particular period will be taken into account.

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