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batch processing

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1. manufacturing products or treating materials in batches, by passing the output of one process to subsequent processes. Compare continuous processing
2. (Computer Science) a system by which the computer programs of a number of individual users are submitted to the computer as a single batch. Compare time sharing2
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Noun1.batch processing - the serial execution of computer programsbatch processing - the serial execution of computer programs
instruction execution, execution - (computer science) the process of carrying out an instruction by a computer
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Tenders are invited for supply Design, drawing, supply, erection & commissioning of low head rapid boiling calendria type vacuum pan latest conventional design suitable for batch operation of capacity 40 MT with S.
Our experiments showed that a plate sonotrode gave a continuous degassing efficiency of at least 50 per cent in the melt flow rising to 75 per cent in batch operation.
Our experiments showed that a plate sonotrode gave a continuous degassing efficiency of at least 50 % in the melt flow, rising to 75% in batch operation.
The software can also clone multiple disks and drives in a single batch operation.
It can clone multiple disks and drives in a single batch operation.
It is capable of automated, continuous or batch operation, and delivers isotopic sensitivity and precision comparable to reference isotope ratio mass spectrometer (IRMS) laboratories.
His background includes extensive engineering, batch operation, process control and plant maintenance experience in the chemical industry.
The original IRD design is a continuously-operating dryer, with the material being conveyed through the drum, but the new version is intended for batch operation and has no conveying blades.
Furthermore, when such a manipulated input is available, the state trajectory during the batch operation can be made to follow a desired or optimum trajectory.
Both loss-in-weight and volumetric feeder models are available for continuous or batch operation.
Conversely, Alternative 1 typically requires the most conservative combinations of time and temperature batch operation of the three alternatives.
Delivering optimum refrigerated airflow, the unit can run for periods of up to a month between defrosting and incorporates a number of features to enable continuous, semi continuous or batch operation frozen production.