operating cycle

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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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At the end of the first accounting period ending at t the company has started some operating cycles and has not finished them till the end of this period (i.
RemLife calculates the damage that power station components sustain during operating cycles and can be used to predict how long the plant can operate safely.
The actual measured load history of an axle shaft measured at 75 operating cycles was obtained.
In services, the climate improvement was the result of favourable assessments of the economic situation and business operating cycles over the last quarter.
The intermediate position module has been designed and exhaustively tested for an operating life in excess of 20 million operating cycles," added Steve.
Knollys told PWE: "The sara Sprint range offers the fastest operating speeds on the market; yet our doors are more reliable, and offer more operating cycles, than traditional industrial doors.
These short, labor-intensive availabilities are assigned to accomplish work that is required to sustain the material condition of the ship between overhauls, particularly those ships on extended operating cycles.
What's more, the number of operating cycles for the relay may be significantly different depending on its application.
Traditionally, ceramic battery vents have been used to vent excess gas from lead acid batteries during operating cycles and prevent flame ingress into the battery.
Better performing companies typically are more efficient in their use of working capital to support operations, as evidenced by their lower cash operating cycles.
In addition, the agency evaluates its management's buoyant capacity to cope with the tough industry conditions, which also enables it to perform well and be resilient through operating cycles and offsets the bank's feebleness, together with its good asset quality.
Open, non-contact linear encoders are increasingly used in measurement applications that require higher traversing speeds and operating cycles, as well as lower mechanical backlash and zero frictional force induced by an encoder.

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