station time


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station time

[′stā·shən ‚tīm]
(aerospace engineering)
Time at which crews, passengers, and cargo are to be on board air transport and ready for the flight.
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As a consequence, all station times of a feasible balance may never exceed cycle time, as otherwise the required operations could not be completed before the workpiece leaves the station (Boysen, 2007).
The occupation squares of track time intervals and station time intervals SPV are designed in several variants according to different track safety devices and a train control system.
The whole group mini lesson is a time for the teacher to explicitly teach a concept or skill that students will later practice during station time.
In fact, Ulysses has continued gathering valuable scientific data throughout most of the past year - until June 30, after a decision was taken to end the mission due to continuing weak power and the unavailability of ground station time.
Behemoths like CBS Paramount, whose shows dominate so many station time periods, hesitate to develop new syndicated shows, because if one of them succeeds, it'll be at the expense of an existing Par series such as "Montel" or "Judge Joe Brown.
The delay will give the station time to refine some of the plans and push the work back toward winter, when costs might not be as high.
The world of broadcasting will be represented by ITV and local radio station Time FM, both providing insight into media training schemes and work experience.
By comparison, F-16s would have 20 minutes of station time once they got to Baghdad.
Often, work station time is arranged as thirty to sixty minutes before or after the weekly private lesson, adding significantly to student time in the studio.
Station time begins to wind down at 11:30 in order for everyone to prepare for lunch at noon.
During Math Station time, the teacher sets up the classroom so that students are surrounded by activities focusing on a specific mathematical content area.