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operating cycle

One complete series of events in the operation of a gas turbine engine that consists of starting the engine, taking off, landing, and shutting down the engine.
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During the Submarine Extended Operating Cycle (SEOC), Submarine Maintenance Engineering Planning and Procurement (SUBMEPP) forecasts Depot and Intermediate maintenance material six years in advance for Virginia Class Submarines.
to improve our business customers financial bottomline and bring efficiencies in their operating cycles and elevating them through the value chain to reduce revenue churn by retaining customers and increasing share in customer spend.
Next, it is important to identify metrics capable of providing measurable data that would allow for the examination of failures based on operating cycles, failures on demand, and maintenance-induced failures.
The investment community's heightened demand for accurate earnings estimates is a byproduct of today's global business culture, which increasingly is characterized by intense competition, short product and operating cycles and instantaneous information transfers.
5 sec and overall operating cycles of less than 4 sec on presses of 50 to 150 tons.
Manufacturing businesses as a group tend to have the longest operating cycles, with wholesaling businesses second, retail businesses third and service businesses fourth.
Efficiently completing the necessary work and safely completing longer operating cycles helps consumers by optimizing nuclear energy's benefits as a reliable source of emissions-free electricity.
The C-27J has already proved its capability of operating under the most complex conditions for an airplane of its category during the many operating cycles in Afghanistan with three air forces (Lithuania, Italy and the United States) and in the Sub-Sahara with Chad.
Both machines adjust their operating cycles to the family's previous usage patterns and to current conditions: temperature, weight, fabric, detergent and so on.
Efficiently completing the necessary work and longer operating cycles help the customer by optimizing nuclear energy's benefits as a reliable source of emissions-free electricity.
This relay exceeds industry performance requirements at high peak current and guarantees positive contact latching for over 15,000 operating cycles.
Shorter refueling outages and longer operating cycles benefit the consumer by optimizing nuclear energy's benefits as a reliable source of emissions-free electricity.

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