reserve capacity


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reserve capacity

(1) Expiratory reserve volume, see there.
(2) Inspiratory reserve volume, see there.
(3) Residual volume, see there.
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The reserve capacity was proposed as the largest multiplier [mu] applied to a given existing O-D demand matrix that can be allocated to a transportation network without violating any individual link capacity [3].
At this time point the reserve capacity was at 138% of basal respiration and significantly higher than the previous three time points investigated (P < 0.001, n = 8) (Figures 4(a) and 4(c)).
It has now taken the "sensible precaution" of finalising contracts with power stations at Littlebrook in Kent, Rye House in Hertfordshire and Peterhead in Scotland to provide reserve capacity.
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Indeed, these systemic costs exceed simple technology costs for three reasons: the need for reserve capacity, storage facilities and extra equipment.
The company further states, "For any possible cable cut incidents, du always maintains reserve capacity and alternative routes to insure minimal impact on its customers' communications experience."
customers that due to its strategy of "reserve capacity and alternative routes",
However, if a person with one lung suffers a lung disease, he or she will not have any reserve capacity to compensate for loss of lung function caused by the disease, Dilling said.
Swiss males grow up expecting to undergo basic military training, usually at age 20 in the Rekrutenschule (German for "recruit school"), the initial boot camp, after which Swiss men remain part of the "militia" in reserve capacity until age 30 (age 34 for officers).
Therefore, it becomes more and more important to mitigate traffic congestion and to enhance the potential reserve capacity of road networks.
"Reserve capacity in Germany and Austria was strained on multiple occasions," reads the FNA annual report.

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