operating line

operating line

[′äp·ə‚rād·iŋ ‚līn]
(chemical engineering)
In the graphical solution of equilibrium processes (such as distillation absorption extraction), the actual liquid-vapor relationship of a key component, in contrast to a true equilibrium relationship.
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Contract notice: Implementation of public transport services with buses - citybus operating line 9 amberg-kE-mmersbruck.
The average annual growth rate of operating line was 109.
The engineering firm has received a USD5m increase to its operating line, increasing it to USD15m, and its total banking facility with CIBC has increased to USD18.
However, on the operating line, the results were better than expected and hence we do not expect a significant downward revision in our estimates for 2014E.
v] [approximately equal to] 10 and the produce operating line is closed.
How can it possibly be right that in America, Kansas City Southern builds a new railroad from the ground up for pounds 171 per foot whilst in Britain it costs Network Rail pounds 1,388 per foot to restore an existing operating line to something like full capacity - eight times as much
Note that this operating line crosses [alpha] = 0 at [j.
By Mike Derderian Star Staff Writer The decision of Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) to re-locate downtown-Jebel Hussein service cabs operating line to the new Raghadan Complex seems to have fallen very hard on the users of this line and the cab drivers too.
The deferral gives ASI more money in its operating line of credit while undergoing restructuring.
4 million a year earlier, though the company made a profit at the operating line of pounds 4.
I hadn't run our international business; I hadn't run the operating line.
Under the restructuring program, NKK also intends to streamline its board, create posts of chief operational officers to be responsible for each operating line, and give managers salaries based on their group and personal performances.