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plant structure


  1. Maintenance including airframe structure, power plant and electrical systems before release to service
  2. Frond: is an individual/single ‘leaf-like’ structure of a duckweed plant.
  3. they have not reorganised their production or plant structure since 1 January 2002,
  4. The structure of the training programme offered at the Saint Petersburg plant was similar to the one proposed for the Craiova plant.
  5. Frond: is an individual/single ‘leaf-like’ structure of a duckweed plant. It is the smallest unit, i.e. individual, capable of reproduction.
  6. Flow-through: is a test in which the test solutions are replaced continuously. Frond: is an individual/single ‘leaf-like’ structure of a duckweed plant.
  7. Specific information may also be useful for different plant capacities and for different types of production installation where the cost structure varies significantly (for example for land-based and/or off-shore wind power).
  8. The structure of the training programme offered was similar to that of the training project proposed for the Craiova plant, though the scope of the programme and the degree of content elaboration differed.
  9. The objective was to change the raw material used for the polymerisation plant, replacing own-production DMT with another raw material, purified terephthalic acid (PTA), in order to create a more flexible cost structure.
  10. During this period of price regulation, the Hungarian Energy Office analysed the cost structure of each power plant and fixed the price for the purchase of electricity by MVM at a value that ensured guaranteed profitability.
  11. Besides the necessary requirements to prevent vehicles fouling the structure gauge, these interfaces also allow the derivation of the lateral aerodynamic forces affecting the vehicles and, reciprocally, the fixed plant.
  12. National control plans are required to contain general information on the structure and organisation of the Member States systems of official controls covering all sectors and all stages of the feed and food production chain, animal health, animal welfare and, as is provided for by Article 27a of Directive 2000/29/EC, plant health.
  13. This is without prejudice to the plant improving efficiency in line with the incentive structure created by the ETS and thereby freeing spare allowances which it could sell while respecting its public service obligation to generate a certain amount of electricity.
  14. Among these changes are investments to replace and update old plant and machinery, changes in the company’s structure (traditionally large conglomerates operating under a planned economy), personnel reduction (eastern German conglomerates usually operated with an excessively large workforce), a new product orientation, marketing, etc. In addition, the confidence of customers, suppliers and credit institutions needs to be regained since the Auffanggesellschaft is the successor to a failed company.