hold time

hold time

[′hōl ‚tīm]
(metallurgy)
In resistance welding, the time that pressure is applied to the electrodes after the welding current is cut off.
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Once the board is in the vacuum chamber, four things need to be controlled: pump down rate, vacuum level, vacuum hold time, and equalization rate.
By remembering, we catch and hold time in abeyance, as if it were something moving very slowly in an emulsion, in some sort of suspended animation.
The average call hold time and abandonment rates are satisfactory, and compare well with rated servicers'.
The ultrasonic vibration time, embossing pressure and embossing hold time could be controlled.
They want people and organisations to hold Time TOTALK events in gyms, cafes, at coffee mornings, in dedicated areas in workplaces and schools or anywhere else where people can chat about how they're feeling, whether good or bad.
ReveMed Technologies uses a patent pending payer IVR management system, Payer Concierge, that measures historical payer hold time patterns combined with proprietary algorithms to detect and avoid hold times when calling payers.
For those callers fortunate enough to get through, hold time averaged 23 minutes last year.
Paul may be a UK record holder for the longest ever hold time. The world record is believed to be 15 hours, 40 minutes and one second - the result of a phone call from Australian Andrew Kahn to Qantas Airways.
It must be one of the longest hold times ever." Paul may be a UK record holder for the longest ever hold time.
Obviously, when we're hunting, we need to control our hold time to some degree, but when we're practicing or shooting in a tournament, how long should we hold to optimize accuracy?
The CEIYJ (four star) will be composed of four loops: For a start, a loop of 35km followed by hold time of 40 minutes, another loop of 32km followed by hold time of 40minutes, a third loop of 33km followed by hold time of 50 minutes and the final 20km loop named 'AL SHAQAB' in honour of its main sponsor.