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unloading

[¦ən′lōd·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
The release downstream of a trapped contaminant.
A filter medium failure and release of system pressure.
The depressuring or emptying of a process unit.
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'In the entrances of the terminals along Edsa, we have put up signs na 'no waiting, no loading, no unloading of passengers'.
15, surpassing the 29-day zero unloading incidents from July 4 to Aug.
The BPI was immediately called for consultation and it was agreed that the unloading of the imported rice be suspended, pending fumigation.
Tugade also ordered the management to look into last Friday's unloading incident, which was caused by a passenger who jammed a train door to enter the train car.
Suharyanto also said he will increase the loading and unloading activities from non-captive sector of coal and other general cargoes as much as 5.3 million tons this year.
Experimental Investigation on AE Characteristics of Red Sandstone Specimens under Uniaxial Cyclic Loading and Unloading Compressions
HSE's investigation found that Morganite "did not have safe working procedures for receiving and unloading delivery vehicles and did not carry out a suitable and sufficient risk assessment for unloading at the site".
Facilitating on-the-go unloading and in-network logistics are two features that allow Machine Sync to pack more efficiency into harvesting.
* I KNOW there has been a recent advertising campaign to stop drivers from leaving their engines on while unloading goods.
SCH Services recently announced upcoming additions within its offering of terminals with the addition of both barge unloading and rail loading services available at the Calvert City Terminal (CCT), and the planned re-opening of Pride Terminal.
Khalis Hussein[euro]i a truck driver unloading wheat at Erbil's silo[euro]i said the system of unloading the grain is better than last year[euro]i when he waited six days to unload the grain.