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cleanroom

(programming)
A software development approach aimed at producing software with the minimum number of errors.
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It was ultimately decided the main cleanroom, which is about 17,000 sf, would be located in the basement level of the NGI.
The KEB contains roughly 10,000 [ft.sup.2] (929 [m.sup.2]) of cleanroom space on the second floor of the building, including Class 1000, Class 10,000, and Class 100,000 sections.
Mike Enright, Senior Contract Manager has joined the Connect 2 Cleanrooms team to develop the Puracore[R] range.
The main objectives of this study are twofold: a) evaluate the effect of supply air flow rates (air change rates) on the airflow patterns and resulting distribution of particle concentration in the mini-environment chamber as well as in the cleanroom, and b) evaluate the effect of supply air location on the particle concentration in the cleanroom, especially in the vicinity of the operator.
Built as part of a broader research and academic collaboration between the Advanced Technology Investment Company (ATIC) and the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, the ATIC Cleanroom provides the ultra-clean environment and photolithography tools needed for advanced microelectronics research and small-scale production.
Following numerous customer requests for medical devices made to class 8 standards, CTP's operation in Brno (Czech Republic) looked to integrate an onsite cleanroom at its 4730m2 facility, however, the cost implications this would have incurred led them to invest in a self-contained activeCell cleanroom moulding and packing system from Sumitomo (SHI) Demag.
FLEXcon pursued the cleanroom certification to further strengthen its commitment to providing customers with materials that have a low level of airborne contaminants.
As part of the preparations, three faculty members and four students from Masdar Institute participated in the second international workshop on 'Cleanroom Training for Critical and Sustainable Technologies' that was held in Ankara, Turkey.
Preparation in a cleanroom environment, with highly-refined air quality, keeps dust and other particles from interfering with composite fabrication.
A veteran of research, teaching and consulting on cleanrooms in the electronic, healthcare, and pharmaceutical businesses, Whyte updates his 2001 textbook and reference for instructors and practitioners.
It is a known fact that a particle smaller than a human hair can disrupt cleanliness in a cleanroom, illustrating how essential thorough cleaning is to avoid contamination.
Igus[R] has achieved cleanroom environment certification for both their Chainflex cables and Energy Chain[R] cable carriers.