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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The fatigue factor is also clear in a Pew poll of social media users released earlier this month.
Especially if the procedure goes long, the fatigue factor is cut in half," said Tracy LaFrance of Arlington Heights, an electrophysiology registered nurse.
The KaTropa leaned on the dominant form it displayed for most of the conference while also capitalizing on the fatigue factor the Beermen endured following a semifinal triumph over Rain or Shine to take the series opener, 109-96, last Sunday.
'We wanted to extend the series, we wanted to put up a good fight but I think the fatigue factor has really gotten to us that the players were cramping up,' said Pumaren.
"Yes injuries and fatigue factor may play a role in our campaign as we have played in a wrong format in the IPL for such a long time.
"Orient have got a lot of catching up to do with regards their games and the fatigue factor of that, so we are not giving up on it.
He said: "You don't want to do too much with them because of the fatigue factor from Wednesday.
Gambhir's comment comes at a time when teams around the world, including India, are mulling to rest their main players from the T20 league, keeping in mind the injury concerns and fatigue factor before the major tournament.
As part of a raft of rule changes for the new season, clubs will be allowed to make eight substitutions instead of 10, a move designed to exacerbate the fatigue factor and open up games in the last 20 minutes.
I was working really hard the last six weeks and it paid off," he added when asked about how he managed the fatigue factor during the game.
"On that front that is part of the fatigue factor which would be the explanation why he had some less good games."