storage cycle

storage cycle

[′stȯr·ij ‚sī·kəl]
(computer science)
Periodic sequence of events occurring when information is transferred to or from the storage device of a computer.
Storing, sensing, and regeneration from parts of the storage sequence.
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The efficiency of the power generation and storage cycle will reach 80 per cent within 90 seconds of the response to demand for electricity.
The efficiency of the power generation and storage cycle will reach 80% within 90 seconds of the response to demand for electricity.
With the new station operational, DOST-ASTI said that reception, processing and satellite data storage cycle will open more opportunities to promote inclusive innovation, reaching more Filipino scientists and researchers in return.
With the ASTI and Davao GRS in full operation, the reception, processing, and satellite data storage cycle will open more opportunities to promote inclusive innovation, reaching more Filipino scientists and researchers in return.
The presence of a significant increased in temperature and a significant decreased in temperature during the storage cycle caused the bonding between the particles to stretch and tends to form larger sizes.
“We had been relying on donated freezers that were unreliable, so the length of the food storage cycle was short,” said Lentz.
The storage cycle might be daily, weekly or seasonal depending on the system design requirements, and whilst the output will always be thermal, the input may be thermal or electrical.
For larger ice systems that use high efficiency water-cooled chillers, storage cycle efficiency, relative to nonstorage water-cooled chiller operation, may be about 25% lower, because the ambient wet-bulb temperature drops much less when compared to the drop in evaporator temperatures required to make ice.
There are typically four stages in a complete thermal energy storage cycle: heat/cold injection, heat/cold storage, heat/cold production, and rest [2].
Coincidentally, both of these peak numbers occurred in the same storage cycle when the winter drawdown of 2003 totaled 2.549 Tcf and the following injection season saw 2.564 Tcf go back into storage for the following winter.
A typical count rate diagram during the UCN storage cycle is shown in Fig.
The system prevents the chips' moisture content from increasing during storage cycle time and eliminates the need for nitrogen purging of raw materials.