throughput capacity

throughput capacity

The rate at which aircraft can be brought into or out of the airfield, without regard to any delay they might experience.
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"With the new storage and increased throughput capacity at Gairdner, we will be able to offer growers improved services and the option to offer additional segregations.
Once it becomes operational, throughput capacity at Yanfolila, in Mali, will rise to 1.2 million tonnes a month from 1.0 million currently.
Double E has secured 10-year take-or-pay volume commitments for a substantial majority of its initial throughput capacity of 1.35 Bcf/d.
The refined products terminalling business consists of terminals located in Caddo Mills, Texas and North Little Rock, Arkansas with a combined 21 tanks, approximately 1.3m barrels of storage capacity and approximately 77,500 barrels per day of total throughput capacity.
The managed services include low-latency high throughput capacity, gateway services, monitoring and control, satellite terminals, field service support, as well as terrestrial backhaul.
According to SES, this high throughput capacity is delivered through an entire 432 MHz fully steerable Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) beam, allowing US AFRICOM to meet evolving real-time operational needs.
Maguire notes that vacuum dryers' energy efficiency is greatest when they are operated at or near their throughput capacity. In actual processing, however, throughput varies, reacting to the demands of a molding machine or extrusion line.
The system has 140,000 bpd of throughput capacity and 500,000 bbls of crude oil storage capacity.
Therefore in 2015 and over the medium term through to 2019, the growing economy and improved trading relations will increase throughput capacity volumes at both Pakistani ports.