safety time

safety time

[′sāf·tē ‚tīm]
(industrial engineering)
The difference between the time when a certain material will be required and the time when the material will actually be in stock.
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As decomposition of DCP at higher temperatures is taking place at a faster rate, its ability of crosslink formation also becomes lower along with the lower scorch safety time.
Distance travelled during the safety time margin (including the reaction time of the driver), and the second term is the braking distance.
The warning amber remains for three seconds time and other required safety time periods are built in to the controller to ensure that the vehicles can cross the junction safely.
Vettel hit out last night at tyre makers Pirelli for not doing their job and claimed Monte Carlo was a ticking safety time bomb.
SEBASTIAN VETTEL warned yesterday that the Monte Carlo Grand Prix was a ticking safety time bomb.
In the study, published in the February 2009 issue of Pediatrics, Davina Stavrinos and her colleagues evaluated six basic demographics, including four pedestrian safety variables: average start delay, average safety time, hits or close calls, and attention to traffic.
Reduced lead times: Lead times for internal operations and from suppliers include a safety time to accommodate unforeseen events.
They fear the vermin-infested dump is a health and safety time bomb and are demanding something is done before it is too late.
Taking steps to preheat the preform, or making compounding changes to increase the scorch safety time, or improving the compound's tear resistance can also help eliminate backrinding (refs.
This inspection identified depot-level discrepancies with aircraft maintenance records, corrected this potentially disastrous hidden problem, and provided sufficient data to initiate an Air Force-wide Safety Time Compliance Technical Order (TO 1F-15-1533 dated 23 Jan 06) to inspect all F-15 aircraft for fuel cell foam deterioration.
The charger, a spokesman for the company says, has a built-in safety time and employs a trickle charge to keep batteries at their full capacity.
Non-member, non-hostile countries receive only notifications of safety Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO).