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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Then, the whole commercial operation cycle will be quantified and modeled with the help of test data.
In the first phase, both the MBRs were operated without backwashing having operational cycle of eight min filtration and two min relaxation and in the second phase; MBRs were operated with backwashing having operation cycle of eight min filtration, one min relaxation and one min backwashing.
I believe circular debt is a serious bottleneck in the operation cycle of energy production and distribution.
Moreover, the present structure does not provide fluid friction mode for the whole operation cycle of hydraulic motor and pump.
The steps of the machine's operation cycle are repetitive, which improves safety and reduces operational delays.
There will be no major change required in the plant operation cycle
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.
That is, once any required adjustments are made to either the operation cycle or maintenance strategy, the equipment is able to achieve the desired level of reliability.
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.
The key to identifying the energy-savings opportunities in HVAC systems is to understand the heating and cooling operation cycle of a system.

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