FOD


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FOD

focus-object distance. The distance from the target of an x-ray tube to the surface being radiographed.
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Losing aircraft availability to a FOD on the opening day of the Tomcat's final deployment was not an enviable position.
Yn ogystal a chyflawni yr elfen amddiffynnol mae Toby yn awgrymu fod elfen o sioe a statws hefyd yn perthyn i rhai fyngaerau.
The accessible and easy to use tool has been designed to maximise the number of users which will reduce paperwork and increase the effectiveness of FOD prevention activities.
Eto deallwn fod hyn yn destun trafod gyda'r awdurdod hylendid bwyd.
Certain manufacturing processes, such as drilling and routing, create FOD, while others, such as imaging, must be as FOD-free as reasonably possible.
Un o'r pethau diddorol am edrych yn l ar waith o'r 60au yw fod y dechneg archaeolegol wedi datblygu cymaint ers hynny ac yn sicr felly o ran cofnodi yn fanwl a dulliau fel arolwg geo-ffisegol o ddod o hyd i olion o dan y ddaear.
Preventing this type of FOD requires aggressive, deckplate-level leadership, ensuring personnel adhere to the command's FOD policy.
FOD IS AIRCRAFT DAMAGE OR A MALFUNCTION CAUSED BY A FOREIGN OBJECT OR DEBRIS.
The 5th Maintenance Group takes the Foreign Object Damage (FOD) issue seriously and it shows.
A recent US government report, sponsored by the US Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, investigated the effectiveness of several types of support equipment and programmes commonly used to prevent foreign object debris (FOD) from damaging aircraft engines and structures.
Summary: Airport runway foreign object debris (FOD) detection systems market revenues faced a significant slump in 2018, after exceeding US$ 100 million in 2017.