firing time

firing time

[′fīr·iŋ ‚tīm]
(ordnance)
The period of time during which a weapon is fired.
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It lengthened that firing time in two subsequent tests, until late this February, when the engine was fired at 113 percent power for 430 seconds of a 510-second test.
The Iraqi forces had managed to defuse the rocket launchers only 15 minutes before the firing time. (end) ahh.ibi
The firing time is speedy and a significant portion can be treated at once.
Company operations manager Graeme Henderson told the Observer: "We have all the health and safety risk assessments in place and the firing time will 10.45pm with the display lasting between eight and 10 minutes."
found that when the firing time approached, the Alpha band power in the left temporal regions of experts continued to increase [12, 13].
Various fire retardancy properties like ignition time, flame height, and total firing time were measured.
The firing time of transitions [t.sub.1m] and [t.sub.2m] represents the travel time of vehicles on subsection 1 and subsection 2, respectively.
"The longer downhole delay has the dominant impact of firing time accuracy, so the risk of out-of-sequence initiation is a function of the in-hole detonator.
Let [[phi].sub.i,-](t) and [[phi].sub.i,+](t) be the firing times of other nodes, which are just before and after i-th node's firing time in t-th T interval, respectively.
A 10-bank positive solenoid control panel is connected to the facility's programmable logic control (PLC) software, allowing operators to control and monitor the proper firing time and sequence from a remote location.
The extended firing time over five days creates textures reminiscent of stone.
Though the firing was scheduled to be for 24 minutes and 13 seconds, the firing time had to be reduced on gauging the pressure of the fuel tank," Rao told Mail Today.