overflow capacity

overflow capacity

[′ō·vər‚flō kə‚pas·əd·ē]
(engineering)
Capacity of a container measured to its top, or to the point of overflow.
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The launch event venue was at overflow capacity with partners excited to learn about Cambium's end-to-end wireless solutions and cloud-based management platform.
The project incorporates elements of Lean design such as the standardization of nursing units, supplies close to their point of use, same-size rooms that allow for flexibility and overflow capacity, and a structural grid to accommodate anticipated future growth.
DEAR Editor, Birmingham Airport will not become a global hub because chief executive Paul Kehoe persuades the Government to build a second runway at Gatwick just in the hope that Heathrow gets so full up that overflow capacity has to use BHX instead.
BIRMINGHAM Airport will not become a global hub because CEO Paul Kehoe persuades the Government to build a second runway at Gatwick just in the hope that Heathrow gets so full up that overflow capacity has to use BHX instead.
Hour order service to secure off-peak and off-peak call overflow capacity is purchased from external service providers.
lt;p>"In cloud terms, there are some services you receive through a service provider, some services you deliver through an internal cloud, and some that you normally deliver with an internal cloud but you may want overflow capacity for peak times," Kloeckner says.
Marco says: "As well as the developers being in discussion with major tour operators for UK holiday rentals, buyers at Pizzo can expect to benefit from the overflow capacity from Club Med.
On top of the six acres we also have access to an extra three for expansion and overflow capacity if required," said Mr Barratt.
Mahony presiding, drew more than 1,500 workers and their families to overflow capacity at the Los Angeles landmark St.
It offers 320 docking slips with additional overflow capacity.
Overflow capacity is provided by a larger central or regional office.