Availability

is the percentage of time that an item of equipment is available for production.

Availability

The portion of time that a system can be used for productive work, expressed as a percentage.

Availability

1. : The fraction of a fish population which lives in regions where it is susceptible to fishing during a given fishing season. This fraction receives recruits from or becomes mingled with the non-available part of the stock at other seasons, or in other years. (Any more or less completely isolated segment of the population is best treated as a sep...
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Availability

The number of hours per day that a particular location has sufficient satellites (above the specified elevation angle and less than the specified PDOP value) to make a GPS position fix.
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Availability

A·vail`a·bil'i·ty noun ; plural Availabilities 1. The quality of being available; availableness. » The word is sometimes used derogatively in the sense of 'mere availableness,' or capability of success without regard to worthiness. « He was . . . nominated for his ...
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Availability

The period in which the project financing is available for drawdown.
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Availability

• (n.) The quality of being available; availableness. • (n.) That which is available.
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availability

availability Being at hand when needed.
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Availability

Advertising time on radio or television that is available for purchase, at a specific time.
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Availability

The quality or condition of a photovoltaic system being available to provide power to a load. Usually measured in hours per year. One minus availability equals downtime.
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availability

Criterion on which a system is evaluated taking into account back-up facilities and the possibility of switching over to them....
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availability

the ability of services and information to be accessed by users when requested....
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availability

The degree to which a component or system is operational and accessible when required for use. Often expressed as a percentage. [IEEE 610]...
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availability

ratio of the total number of hours during a certain period, excluding the number of hours that the wind turbine generator system could not be operated due to maintenance or fault situations, to the total number of hours in the period, expressed as a percentage
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availability

the state of an item of being able to perform its required function
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availability

the ability of an item to be in a state to perform a required function under given conditions at a given instant of time or over a given time interval, assuming that the required external resources are provided NOTE 1 - This ability depends on the combined aspects of the reliability performance, the maintainability performance and the maintenance s...
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Availability

Describes the reliability of power plants. It refers to the number of hours that a power plant is available to produce power divided by the total hours in a set time period, usually a year.
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Availability

See Adherence to Schedule.
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Availability

describes the amount of the time that the wind turbine is actually functional, not out of order or being serviced.
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availability

the actual inventory of seats that are really available to be sold at a certain fare. Just because a fare is presented as " available " between two cities does NOT mean seats at that rate are available. This causes much confusion when airfare ads are published, so you must read the " fine print " before calling your agent and asking them to get tha...
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Availability

The percentage of time that the particular wind farm, or wind turbine, is in an operational condition.
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Availability

A term used in Letters of Credit to indicate the bank nominated by the issuing bank to pay, accept, incur a deferred payment, or negotiate the Letter of Credit on their behalf. Sellers should ensure the Letters of Credit are available with one of their relationship banks
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Availability

In reliability theory and reliability engineering, the term availability has the following meanings: For example, a unit that is capable of being used 100 hours per week (168 hours) would have an availability of 100/168. However, typical availability values are specified in decimal (such as 0.9998). In high availability applications, a metric know...
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Availability

The number of hours per day that a particular location has sufficient satellites (above the specified elevation angle, and perhaps less than some specified PDOP value) to make a GPS position determination possible.
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Availability

1. The fraction of a fish population which lives in regions where it is susceptible to fishing during a given fishing season . This fraction receives recruits from or becomes mingled with the non-available part of the stock at other seasons, or in other years. (Any more or less completely isolated segment of the population is best treated as a sepa...
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