normal operation

normal operation

[′nȯr·məl ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
The operation of a boiler or pressure vessel at or below the conditions of coincident pressure and temperature for which the vessel has been designed.
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That transmission line, in normal operation, is maintained at a certain voltage.
"Normal operation tayo ngayon with 12 trains running", the official.
Australia's Qantas Airways has said that the Boeing 747-400 aircraft, which lost electrical power whilst descending into Bangkok on 7 January, is back in normal operation.
In normal operation, one of the server links will be active.
The small module connects to the stations in residents rooms, is easily installed and receives alarms sent by the residents wireless transmitters without interfering with the normal operation of an existing hardwired system.
Estimation or quantification of the amount of oil saved or how much the life had increased were impossible, since these systems are constantly opened in normal operation. When these lines are disconnected, oil is constantly replenished, and it is thus difficult to make estimations or projections on the oil's life.
Airlines maintain that the Warsaw Convention protects them from having to pay compensation to passengers for medical issues during normal operation of an aircraft.
He did announce that all of the 11 subway lines affected by the World Trade Center collapse will be back to normal operation by the end of the year.
Defective sectors replaced by Linear Replacement are listed in the Secondary Defect List (SDL), which is recorded in the Defect Management Area (DMA) on the DVD-RAM media during normal operation.