tolerance limits


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tolerance limits

[′täl·ə·rəns ‚lim·əts]
(design engineering)
The extreme values (upper and lower) that are permitted by the tolerance.
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At the inspection station, output can be a simple pass or fail, but the data from the sensors can also be analysed by engineers to detect a drift in process parameters and take action before parts start to reach tolerance limits and fail inspection.
To overcome the barrier, CFOs should make both sides aware of their different mindsets and encourage dialogue to help accomplish the business's strategic priorities while staying within the business's risk tolerance limits.
It shows heavy metals beyond tolerance limits'"the NGT said on June 10' asking government agencies to submit their plans of dealing with the crisis.
* The ability to compensate for negative influences on the braking torque consistency in applications requiring a constant braking torque within narrow tolerance limits.
The fact that individual pesticide residues are generally below EPA tolerance limits is sometimes used as "proof'' that the health risks are minimal.
Hafeez has since been working with PCB's panel of experts for remodeling his bowling action to bring his elbow extension within the permissible tolerance limits.
In this paper, the application of a fault detection method, based on the energy metric of the wavelet transform of the measured current waveforms of circuits (like the power supply current IPS or the output current IL), is used for the selection of input stimulus and fault tolerance limits.
Many researchers have conducted studies in the construction of tolerance limits for normal distribution; early works by Wilks (1941, 1942), Wald (1943), and Wald and Wolfowitz (1946) are widely available in the literature.
Higher temperature variability is likely to be an additional driver of biological disturbance, as it increases the risk that species' tolerance limits will be exceeded.
"The decline is well within tolerance limits and with the runway work due to end in this month, the airport will quickly match and beat its usual monthly targets, especially as it will coincide with end of Ramadan and the start of the European holiday season," Saj Ahmad, chief analyst at London-based StrategicAero Research, told Khaleej Times.
Only migrants grown in the upper reach may develop high osmoregulatory ability and tolerance limits. In the grapsid crab Neohelice (formerly Chasmagnathus) granulala, previous exposure of eggs and larvae to a lower salinity enhanced the hyperosmoregulatory capacity of first zoea in conditions of decreased salinity (Charmantier et al.
"My Sister Sophie" is an appealing, quirky look at the world of sibling tolerance limits. Written in catchy verse, cleverly illustrated with funny scenes of unfair sibling situations, "My Sister Sophie" is all about extending the limits of tolerance and patience between siblings, even when it may seem stretched to the breaking point.