The amount of resources expended on maintaining a well-trained Safety staff is usually much less but it informs every term in the safety margin
where Z--the random safety margin
by Eq (1) and Eq (3); H > 0--the event of visual and nondestructive inspection results showing a successful opposition of members to unforeseen extreme action effects.
The coefficient of correlation of rank safety margin
cuts is calculated from the equation
At about 50 dBA, the average safety margin
becomes low enough to cause concern about detectability.
Even with modern biphasic ICDs, inadequate safety margin
(>10 J) has been reported in up to 6.
12) Nevertheless, even though our patient had no evidence of either, we decided to irradiate the primary tumor site because the safety margin
of the excised sarcoma was small.
As Martin-Lof notes, "This is a safety margin
which we consider integral to our acquisition strategy.
Foundry engineers tested the usefulness of casting simulation by producing a steel casting with a higher safety margin
, less turbulent filling and improved yield.
By remaining inventive and adapting quickly to the existing circumstances, officers can bolster their effectiveness and at the same time widen the situation's safety margin
Featuring improved thermal stability and lower shutdown temperature for a higher safety margin
, the developmental grades add to the company's battery separator film portfolio that includes the award-winning V-series separator films introduced in 2007.
While the station may have briefly experienced accelerations that exceeded seismic accelerations to which it was originally licensed, its multiple layers of strength and safety provided a safety margin
that was not exceeded.
Traditionally, a safety margin
of at least 10 J between the maxi mum output of the pulse generator and the energy needed for defibrillation has been used because early studies indicate that lower safety margins
were associated with high rates of failed defibrillation and sudden cardiac death (7,8).