sequential operation


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sequential operation

[si′kwen·chəl ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
The consecutive or serial execution of operations, without any simultaneity or overlap.
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All hybrid evaporative warm-mist humidifier models are equipped with a function enabling sequential operation with room air-conditioners made by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems, Ltd.: not only the five top-of-the-line models in the SRK-SW Series as before, but now also the five high-performance models in the SRK-RW Series.
Nonetheless, one should also be aware of the fact the various sequential operations involved in a reactive extrusion process (feeding, solids conveying, melting, mixing, reaction, devolatilization, pumping, etc.) are interactive although they bear to some extent their own features.
All hybrid evaporative warm-mist humidifier models are equipped with a function enabling sequential operation with the SRK-SV Series room air-conditioners made by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems, Ltd.
The ability to provide operation of robotic sequential operations with multiple steps to the sequence of an automated process for manufacturing creates far more sophisticated automated workflow.
Last year, Donnelly explored what further potential cobots could offer in more sophisticated sequential operations. The firm bought its first UR5 cobot from Universal Robots.
The strategy includes an integrated intelligence-enforcement process that rests on multiple pillars: intelligence-driven enforcement, sequential operations, and predictive intelligence.
Their primary function was to perform the sequential operations that were previously implemented with relays.
Other new features include customizable point and click editing from the control toolbar, DRUM timers for sequential operations, and automatic backup of the four most recently saved project changes.
Managing a single flow of sequential operations is relatively straightforward, since the element of time is really only a single, linear dimension - transitioning from one operation to the next.
The small shop has successfully used a Hardinge Conquest[R] T42 CNC lathe, two vertical machining centers, and assorted manual machines for sequential operations on complex parts.
The crude stroke rate was 6% with combined surgery and 3.2% with sequential operations.

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