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serviceability

[‚sər·və·sə′bil·əd·ē]
(industrial engineering)
The reliability of equipment according to some objective criterion such as serviceability ratio, utilization ratio, or operating ratio.

serviceability

The capability of a component, material, assembly, construction, or building to perform the function(s) for which it is designed and used.

serviceability

(system)
The ease with which corrective maintenance or preventative maintenance can be performed on a system (e.g. by a hardware service technician). Higher serviceability improves availability and reduces service cost.

Serviceability is one component of RAS.
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Conventional Method for Serviceability Investigation of Fastening System.
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This system will support future Pentium III implementations, has digital video capability, fast FireWire connectivity, good serviceability and solid system configuration.
CBA conducted an internal review which identified a programming error in the automated serviceability calculator used to assess certain applications for personal overdrafts.
The TL140 includes a ROPS/FOPS tilt-back operator's compartment for easy serviceability and a universal quick-attach mounting bracket making attachment changes fast and easy.
The Deskpro line of PCs is popular among business customers for its easy serviceability and platform consistency.
For the coupon omission risk, the agency compares the 'years of coupon serviceability' with assumptions on aspects like asset growth and return on assets trajectory.
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The StartX SP2 Linux PC introduces enhancements in performance and expandability, as well as multimedia capabilities and serviceability features that set it apart from other PCs in its class.