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batch

[bach]
(computer science)
A set of items, records, or documents to be processed as a single unit.
(engineering)
The quantity of material required for or produced by one operation.
An amount of material subjected to some unit chemical process or physical mixing process to make the final product substantially uniform.
(petroleum engineering)
In a pipeline operation, a volume of a crude oil of a given density that is pumped next to one of a different density to help prevent mixing of deliveries.

batch

1. A quantity of concrete or mortar mixed at one time.
2. A quantity of adhesive mixed at one time.

batch

A group, or collection, of items.
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Over 100 members of the batch attended a thanksgiving Mass and reunion party on Nov.
The pre-printed area is to record product ID, date/time, batch code, and use by dates.
As stated up, a many (three or more) batch processing machines in a flow shop is considered in this paper the objective is grouping jobs into batches, determining sequence and completion times of these batches on batch-processing machines in such a way that the makespan is minimized.
The other new feature includes expanded data collection and reporting, wherein the software continues to expand the system data logged into the electronic batch record.
AEC replaced its older batch weigh blenders with the new BD Series, which are said to provide more throughput capacity in a smaller package.
David Buchanan, business development manager-board and packaging, Voith Fabrics, agrees that a mill-specific combination of batch and continuous cleaning will work best--but that any cleaning system must be properly maintained to be efficient.
Now, we realize our distributed systems environment can benefit from greater management of its batch processes so we need a tool that works seamlessly in both the distributed and mainframe environment," said Tim LaFollette, Data Center Manager, ATPCO.
Add your batch file to the Start Menu through Start\Settings\TaskBar and StartMenu\Start Menu\Customize\Add, and give it an icon that reminds you where the files go.
Batch, in his second start, completed 14 of 23 passes for 115 yards and scored on a 1-yard sneak in the third quarter.
The maintenance team determined that the equipment contained varying inputs such as temperature and batch weight and wasn't running to optimum efficiency.
Operation: Data input supports both interactive and batch processing.
Moreover, while both batches lost about the same proportion of total fat (roughly 67 percent), the stir-fried batch retained its initial fatty-acid profile, which included 43 percent saturated fat.