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A temporary suspension of operation, especially of electrical power supply
The amount of something lost in storage or transportation
An outage is a long-term power interruption From the utility perspective, an outage occurs when a component of the distribution system is not abailable to provide its normal function (i e , the generator cannot supply power) Normally, utility companies do not include short power interruptions (grid switching) in their classification of outage history and also may only count power interruptions with a duration longer than 1 to 5 minutes
a temporary suspension of operation (as of computers); "there will be a network outage from 8 to 10 a
a temporary suspension of operation (as of computers); "there will be a network outage from 8 to 10 a m "
The space that remains unfilled in a cargo tank after being loaded with payload
In a power system, a period, scheduled or unexpected, during which the transmission of power stops or a particular power-producing facility ceases to provide generation
The period during which you do not receive cable TV service due to a malfunction or failure of equipment within the cable system An outage is considered when there are 2 or more customers without service in the same area simultaneously
The period during which a generating unit or other plant item is out of service for maintenance
An outage is said to occur when the quality of a telecommunication service or communications link falls below a specified minimum value for acceptable communications performance See also Availability
  A telecommunications system service condition in which a user is completely deprived of service by the system (188)  Note: For a particular system or a given situation, an outage may be a service condition that is below a defined system operational threshold, i e , below a threshold of acceptable performance   See outage threshold
Any disruption of service that lasts for more than one second (A shorter disruption is called a hit )
" the amount of something (as whiskey or oil) lost in storage or transportation
refer to Contingency
The period during which a generating unit, transmission line, or other facility is out of service
The period during which a generating unit, transmission line, or other facility is out of service Forced Outage The removal from service availability of a generating unit, transmission line, or other facility for emergency reasons or a condition in which the equipment is unavailable due to unanticipated failure
{i} brief suspension of operation; temporary failure in the supply of power; quantity of something lost in storage or during shipping
An interruption in service Also referred to as a blackout
In an electric system, a period, scheduled or unexpected, during which the transmission of power stops or a particular power-producing facility ceases to provide generation
An isolated, temporary loss of electricity generally caused by trouble occurring in the generation, transmission or distribution facilities
A period during which a reactor is shut down The periodic shut down of a reactor including for maintenance, inspection and testing or, in some cases, for refuelling is known as a planned outage In the UK some planned outages are known as statutory outages and are required by the conditions attached to the nuclear site license needed to operate the station Unscheduled shut down of the reactor is termed an un-planned outage
a term used in some industries (notably power generation) which is equivalent to a shutdown
the amount of something (as whiskey or oil) lost in storage or transportation
The volume of unoccupied space in a storage tank or other container, measured or gaged from a reference point above the product to the surface of the product; the difference between rated capacity and actual contents; some space will always be left unoccupied for expansion of product
An outage is a period of time when the electricity supply to a building or area is interrupted, for example because of damage to the cables. A windstorm in Washington is causing power outages throughout the region. a period of time during which a service such as the electricity supply cannot be provided British Equivalent: power cut
(1) Any disruption of service (2) The point at which a customer releases a circuit for repair, lasting until the circuit is returned to the customer in working condition
The occurrence in time and space of a GPS dilution of precision value exceeding a specified maximum
power outage
A power outage (also known as power cut, power failure or power loss) is the loss of the electricity supply to an area
outages
plural of outage
power outage
a period of time when there is no electricity supply = power failure British Equivalent: power cut
power outage
equipment failure resulting when the supply of power fails; "the ice storm caused a power outage"
power outage
equipment failure resulting when the supply of power fails; "the ice storm caused a power outage
power outage
An interruption of power
power outage
blackout, temporary power failure
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    /ˈoutəʤ/ /ˈaʊtəʤ/

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    [ 'au-tij ] (noun.) 1899. {US} modelled on shortage (out + -age)

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