clearance capacity

clearance capacity

An estimate expressed in terms of measurement or weight tons per day of the cargo that may be transported inland from a beach or port over the available means of inland communication, including roads, railroads, and inland waterways. The estimate is based on an evaluation of the physical characteristics of the transportation facilities in the area. See also beach capacity; port capacity.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Employing an animal model, Helen Benveniste and colleagues from Stony Brook University (New York, US) studied the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)--interstitial fluid (ISF) exchange efficiency --a marker of the clearance capacity of the glymphatic pathway.
Dubai Customs, the first 100 per cent smart department, expects its clearance capacity of customs declarations will increase by more than 200 per cent soon.
It is worth pointing out that the goal for a FLUPSY is to maximize total production rather than particle clearance capacity. No study has been done to test the optimal stocking density for oysters to reach maximum clearance in a FLUPSY.
Six new gates equipped with boarding tunnels are extending the passenger clearance capacity of Prague's Ruzyn airport.
Delays in clearance, which would be likely as current clearance capacity is scaled to need, would add to working capital needs and require additional logistics and port capacity, potentially reducing margin for UK based auto manufacturers and their suppliers.