total downtime

to·tal down·time

(tō'tăl down'tīm)
As used in EMS parlance, temporal duration from cardiac arrest to arrival in the emergency department.
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"Dinner was the best because it was total downtime. You sit with the chaperones and it's not filmed and you have no mics on as they are changing all the batteries," she revealed.
Using these inputs, the software calculates the daily output values of the two systems, including downtime, missed production output, downtime cost, missed product gross profit, and total downtime cost; compares the time required for changing die lips vs.
The ARI Replacement Prioritization Tool analyzes eight criteria, including age, mileage, maintenance expenses (for the last year and over a vehicle's lifetime) and total downtime. It also accounts for how important a vehicle is to the operation of the company.
The implementation was completed on schedule with less than one hour total downtime.
The normal holiday break is for seven days, but the facility is not scheduled to resume production until January 7, 2013, so it will have a total downtime of 20 days.
Total downtime was 1hr 4 mins," the company was quoted as saying in an official statement.
The total downtime of our plant was limited to about 2 weeks", said Product Manager Johan Rehnstrom.
In the past, systems were down daily for one reason or another; but with virtualization, the county had only 20 minutes of total downtime in one year.
Operational availability is measured by dividing the total system uptime by the total uptime plus total downtime. In aircraft maintenance terms, this is the mission-capable rate.
IT managers report that planned downtime accounts for between two-thirds and three-fourths of total downtime.
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