pilot cell


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pilot cell

[′pī·lət ‚sel]
(electricity)
Selected cell of a storage battery whose temperature, voltage, and specific gravity are assumed to indicate the condition of the entire battery.
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This renewal process also provides the basis for roll-out of team-based systems to broader plant operations or pilot cells.
The modules are PILOT Line for assembly line design, PILOT Cell for detailed assembly workcell design and PILOT Yield for designing products with high initial automated assembly yields.
Our experience in preparation of over 200 samples at our pilot cell processing center in South San Francisco has formed the basis for the design of the ExVT Cell Processing Center in Torrance, Calif.
We note that the presence of the resins R1 and R2 slow down the cell multiplication of the cells treated compared to the pilot cells.
Development work on the next generation DX Reduction Cell Technology is ongoing in pilot cells at DUBAL.