battery limits

battery limits

[′bad·ə·rē ‚lim·əts]
(chemical engineering)
An area in a refinery or chemical plant encompassing a processing unit or battery of units along with their related utilities and services.
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The inside battery limits (ISBL) scope of the agreement between the two companies includes the construction of a 100,000-barrels-per-day (bpd) capacity refinery, which is complemented by non-process technical and non-technical buildings and support infrastructure.
The inside battery limits (ISBL) scope of the agreement between SNC-Lavalin and Florexx includes construction of a 100,000-barrels-per-day (bpd) capacity refinery complemented by non-process technical and non-technical buildings and support infrastructure.
Project scope The scope of services for the clean fuels and aromatics project includes front end engineering design (Feed) services for both inside battery limits (ISBL) and outside battery limits (OSBL).
As companies push their technologies, battery limits in quest in doing so.
Under the terms of the agreement, Jacobs is providing PMC services for both inside battery limits (ISBL) and outside battery limits (OSBL).
The EPC contracts will include carrying out FEED services for the internal and external battery limits, modifications to the refinery to bring it in line with new environmental regulations, an aromatics cracker to be added will allow for a far greater diversity of products being manufactured at the plant.
Toyota simply dealt with the battery limits of the day by designing a clever hybrid drive that worked around the problem.
The scope of work has been awarded to Battery Limits Pty Ltd, a metallurgical consulting group based in Perth, Western Australia.
Under the agreement, Jacobs is providing technical and project management services for both inside battery limits (ISBL) and outside battery limits (OSBL).
It should be noted that the average motorist drives about 35 miles each day, which is within battery limits of emerging EVs like the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf.
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