operation cycle


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operation cycle

[‚äp·ə′rā·shən ‚sī·kəl]
(computer science)
The portion of a memory cycle required to perform an operation; division and multiplication usually require more than one memory cycle to be completed.
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Here too the operation cycle completes without the need to hold any button the entire time.
Furnace operation mode also affects the TMH performance, and Figure 10 shows the moisture transport rate at different furnace operation cycle conditions, where furnace operation cycle percentage here is defined as the percentage of furnace ON time in the overall time.
At a cost of $1 billion the plant is planned for a 20-year operation cycle, and also includes a series of waste transfer stations across the country to handle domestic waste from all regions.
A study of the gas management of oil production was conducted for a 12-year operation cycle, with the oil production plateau being 50,000 bpd.
Offering complete automation of the bending process, the operation cycle is fully-automated--from the loading of the flat parts to unloading of the components.
Manual mode can be used to guarantee synchronization with operation cycle.
Dorman CHP systems are designed to recover the waste heat lost in the normal operation cycle so that while electricity is being cost effectively produced the |waste' heat may also be utilised.
Because the energy for storage is gathered during the normal operation cycle, no additional customer control circuitry is needed.
Contract notice: Operation cycle and foot feathers meuse.
z] of the diesel operation cycle, increasing loads of the engine crankshaft mechanism and piston-cylinder mechanical group, and the diesel work is accompanied by specific diesel noise sounds, typical for rapid combustion of diesel fuel.
The increase was due to the normal operation cycle of the business.

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