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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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After the assignment of tasks to stations with parallel machines, station time ([P.sub.ih]) is handled by mixed integer programming model as shown in Table 7.
The set of tasks assigned to a station constitutes its station load, the cumulated task time is called station time. SALB further assumes that the cycle time of all stations is equal to the same value c.
where: [summation] [S.sub.obsi]--a sum of occupation squares in the block sections; [summation][S.sub.p][v.sub.j]--a sum of occupation squares by track time intervals and station time intervals (in case of one-way traffic--train sequence intervals and in case of one-track line--crossing intervals and stepwise arrival intervals); [S.sub.T]--a square of time window (peak hour or all day); i - 1 ...
During station time, students rotate through four stations every two days, including a teacher station, two teaching assistant stations, and one computer station.
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.
Since the distributors of most five-a-week syndicated series demand lots of 30-second spots in the stations' skeds as part of their deals, Morgan says Litton could gain an edge with its movies, because it's not asking for one second of station time: The movie contracts call for cash only.
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.