degraded performance

degraded performance

A reduced performance of the airframe, engines, and electronics resulting from internal shortcomings only.
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However, in 2018, the NOAA released an update, a version 2 of the WMM2015, because the WMM2015 model was showing a degraded performance in the higher latitudes, particularly for vessels operating within the Arctic circle.
Military aircrew serve in physically demanding environments at or near the physiological limitations of the human body, which exposes them to the risk of degraded performance. Called physiological episodes (PEs), when these events occur aircrews experience unanticipated, unexplained and at times incapacitating symptoms during or after flight that impair physiological functions.
Lasers built using HTCure have been shown to withstand multiple 60G mechanical shocks in operation, without any sign of degraded performance.
Due to the architecture of the Iridium satellite constellation, with 66 crosslinked, low-earth-orbit satellites, users will experience consistent data speeds everywhere on the planet, unlike geostationary networks that experience degraded performance at higher latitudes or may be blocked entirely by mountains or other obstructions.
"We are getting degraded performance on the infrared and near-infrared channels, not zero performance."
Our point in relaxing the TSO isn't for the purposes of allowing degraded performance, but instead to eliminate the costly and time-consuming process that's involved in getting the TSO.
"The degraded performance and ambiguous commands might have decreased the SIC's (co-pilot) situational awareness, and he did not react appropriately in this complex emergency, resulting in the aircraft becoming upset," the report read.
They quickly realized that the slightly degraded performance at longer ranges was caused by the polymer tip.
Both orifice meters and USM have degraded performance in wet gas applications.
These domains do not send responses, causing the server to consume resources while waiting for responses, eventually leading to degraded performance or failure.
Lookingglass also found a link between degraded performance and the fact that 15% of third parties relied on a single upstream Internet provider, as 25% of these companies were victims of DNS incursions.