Operational Condition

Operational Condition

 

the condition a technical device or product is in when it properly performs its required functions. A device is considered in operational condition when its principal parameters are within assigned technical specifications; reserve parameters do not affect the operational condition of a device. A radio receiver, for example, is operational if it consistently receives radio signals in a specified frequency range and only the tuning indicator lamp is not functioning. A device is in working order if all its parameters are within established limits. Failure causes a shift from an operational condition to a nonoperational condition.

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A secret information was received that illegal gateways were in operational condition in a house No-16/1977 Noorpur Paday Railways road Gujrat.
If a computational model of the nonlinear system is available, it can be excited in the operational condition to compute the displacement response.
Once this is done, a baseline understanding of an organization's operational condition will emerge.
During the process, which rapidly unfolds in a matter of a second or two, the shaft or rotor maintains forward rotation, providing a more efficient mad productive operational condition.
In fact, we know we are doing our jobs best when there's really nothing to talk about except the daily business of maintaining a building in good financial and operational condition."
Only 32 aircraft of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) are in operational condition while seven others are grounded due technical faults.

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