process time

process time

[′prä‚ses ‚tīm]
(industrial engineering)
Time needed for completion of the machine-controlled portion of a work cycle.
Time required for completion of an entire process.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
The main characteristic of a station is its process time. This is the time needed to process an entity.
When steel to steel joints are required in the automotive industry, the ideal process for most situations has been resistance spot welding (RSW) because of its short process time, high strength, and ability to join metals without adding weight [1, 2].
"'Yung process time na 'yan 'pag mabagal talagang diyan nagkakaroon ng negotiation.
According to BP Logix, Pethealth expects to reduce its process time by 150 percent with the BPM solution.
They found that reciprocating agitation improved heat transfer and reduced process time, and essentially yielded better quality products.
The PDX Reactor is an advanced industrial cooker, which heats, mixes and cooks liquid-based food products, extremely quickly and efficiently, often reducing process time by 50-90percent.
Job shop is categorized as high mix low volume manufacturing system due to different process routes and process time for each of the products coupled with low volume of demand from customers.
Reducing a process time as many as seven orders of magnitude, from 10,000,000 seconds to one second, is unobtainable in any traditional process improvement methodology.
Figure 6 compares the current-voltage curves, plotted using the cyclic voltammetry measurement, of iron oxide/carbon composites prepared with different LPP process times. The composite prepared with the plasma process time of 30 min exhibited the largest specific capacitance, followed by that prepared with the process time of 45 min.
The process also reduces process time by 23 percent for dark shades, 27 percent for medium shades, and 30 percent for light shades.
A scatter plot between the duration of site operation and average process time from intake to housed showed a nonlinear relationship.
Normally processes as modules in ARENA are mainly defined via the process time. This is the time an entity, which normally represents a product running through the model, is delayed until it leaves the process module and gets transferred to the next module.

Full browser ?