fatigue factor

fatigue factor

[fə′tēg ‚fak·tər]
(industrial engineering)
The element of physical and mental exhaustion in a time-motion study; the multiplier used to add the fatigue allowance to the normal time.
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I don't want to make an excuse, but I think the fatigue factor is already there,' he said on the heels of Ginebra's 90-102 Game 1 defeat to San Miguel in the curtain-raiser of their 2018 PBA Philippine Cup semifinals.
A determining factor for the Aces will be their defensive mentality, which the team hopes wouldn't lead to fatigue factor down the stretch.
The fatigue factor might turn out to be key for Oman in the end.
The fatigue factor is real, I see it in our squad now.
We probably didn't need to change as many as we did, but the fatigue factor was very noticeable for us on Tuesday," he said.
Mindel added that Heard could have gotten more money long-term by demanding for a piece of the actor's back-end earnings from the "Pirates of the Caribbean" film series, but the lawyer noted that fatigue factor in extending the divorce case should not be underestimated.
SAM Allardyce believes Sunderland's midweek win at Swansea City will mitigate the fatigue factor going into tomorrow's game at Tottenham Hotspur.
That is the positive and negative is the fatigue factor, the injuries at the end of the season.
The paddles, in-between the size of a ping-pong paddle and a tennis racquet, are made of lightweight composite material, such as aluminum or graphite, which cuts down on the fatigue factor.
The Blue Wave can also count on the fatigue factor to favour them as Al Shabab played the final of the Gulf Club tournament against Al Seeb in Oman late on Wednesday.
Glasgow ROCKS coach Sterling Davis has told his side to ignore the fatigue factor to keep their chase for a BBL play-off place on track.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Turkey's combative president, Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an, has miscalculated in believing that the fatigue factor will set in on the opposition with his strategy of buying off and intimidating the critical and independent media, narrowing political space for dissent, partisan interference into the judiciary and working through informal political networks and a patronage system to keep his support base from erosion.