cycle time

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The total elapsed time to complete an operation or set of operations

Design cycle time for an all-new state-of-the-art compressor is still years from go-ahead to readiness for manufacture.

period of time which passes between repeated actions, period of time which passes between the execution of one command to the execution of another (Computers)
The amount of time required to complete a molding cycle including mold preparation, insert loading (when applicable), release agent application (when required), mixing and dispensing of components, reaction (preliminary cure) and demolding
The time it takes the central processing unit (CPU) to execute the simplest instruction
The length of time for any operation, from start to completion In the new product development sense, it is the length of time to develop a new product from an early initial idea for a new product to initial market sales Precise definitions of the start and end point vary from one company to another, and may vary from one project to another within the company
The interval required to complete a task, or function, starting from the beginning of the first step until the completion of the last
The amount of time needed to finish one cycle of an operation Please note: cycle time is not the same as takt time Takt time is the time allowed to produce one of a product at the rate the customer demands When cycle time equals takt time, products are made in Single-Piece Flow
The amount of time it takes to complete a business process For example, the amount of time from when a service is ordered until it is received by the customer
the time that elapses from the beginning to the end of a process
The time usually expressed in seconds for a controller to complete one on/off cycle
The total time required to complete a transformation from one status to another Total cycle time is composed of many elements, often broken into active (running or operating) time and idle (queue or wait) time
The elapsed time between the start and completion of a task or an entire process; for example, in order processing it can be the time between receipt and delivery of an order
the normal time to complete an operation on a product This in NOT the same as takt time (see below), which is the rate at which customers are demanding a product
-the time that transpires from the time a task (or series of tasks) is initiated to the time a task is completed For example, from the time a shipping order is printed to the time it is loaded on the truck and the system is updated
A sequence of operation that is repeated regularly, the time it takes for one such operation It is the time required to complete one moulding cycle
(Ticaret) The total time required to complete a transformation from one status to another. Total cycle time is composed of many elements, often broken into active (running or operating) time and idle (queue or wait) time
The amount of time it takes to complete a business process
is the time required to complete one cycle of an operation within an overall production process Understanding cycle times is an important part of line balancing : if cycle time for every operation in the complete process can be reduced to equal takt time, products can be made in one-piece flow
(n ) the length of of a single cycle of a computer function such as a memory cycle or processor cycle See also clock cycle
The total time required to produce a product, from entering the factory to leaving the factory Cycle time includes time actually spent processing, as well as transport time and time spent waiting in queue Cycle times by operation are also sometimes reported, and include the time from arrival at the operation until completion of processing
elapsed time between a certain point in one cycle and the same point in the next cycle
The time that elapses from the beginning to the end of a process or sub process and inputs are converted into outputs
Velocity Length of time consumed by a freight car from one loading to the next
The time beginning at the instant a toilet flush lever is activated, until the instant the water supply shuts off, completing the flush cycle
The time period of a complete cycle in a readout sequence of one or more detectors In the example of the EPIC PN detector in Full-Frame mode, it is the time interval between two consecutive reads of pixel 1 of CCD 0 (all 12 CCDs have been read out in the meantime)
The time that elapses from the beginning to the end of a process or subprocess [GAO]
In the Baldrige Criteria -- Cycle time refers to time performance - the time required to fulfill commitments or to complete tasks Time measurements play a major role in the Criteria because of the great importance of time performance to improving competitiveness Cycle time is used in the Criteria booklet to refer to all aspects of time performance Other time-related terms in common use are: set-up time, lead time, change-over time, delivery time, and time to market
Amount of time for a compressor to complete one cycle (556)
cycle times
plural form of cycle time
cycle time

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    [ 'sI-k&l ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English cicle, from Late Latin cyclus, from Greek kyklos circle, wheel, cycle; more at WHEEL.

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