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cold start

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(Computer Science) computing the reloading of a program or operating system
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cold start

n cold starting (Am) n (Comput) → partenza a freddo
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This made the already stable catalyst become very active at the low cold-start temperatures.
In a typical FTP cycles, these cold-start emissions can represent 80-90% of the overall test emissions [4].
ISLAMABAD -- Despite the hype surrounding it, the Cold-Start doctrine of India has failed to achieve its objective.
As presented in Table 1, the EU regulation on the external atmospheric temperature set for RDE tests can range from 0[degrees]C to around 30[degrees]C in normal conditions., which may influence considerably pollutant emissions and energy consumption and opens the discussion on the cold-start phenomena.
[27] developed a one-dimensional thermal model for PEMFC to predict the temperature distribution, cold-start ability and energy requirement for the stack startup under chosen operation and ambient conditions.
This problem can be called cold-start which is the intrinsic limitation of CF [4].
Sarlashkar, "Diesel cold-start emission control research for 2015-2025 LEV III emissions-part 2," SAE Paper 2014-01-1552, 2014.
One of the main issues with recommender systems is called the new-user cold-start problem.
The construction is a part of the company's strategy to expand production of its diesel cold-start technologies, while meeting increasing demand for the EGR technologies presently produced at the Valenca plant.
Both total emissions under thermally stabilised engine and additional cold-start emissions are considered due to the importance of cold-engine driving within urban areas.
Islamabad, July 22 (ANI): Spewing venom against India once again, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has described the Indian Army's 'Cold-Start Doctrine' as an 'irrational' start, and said that Islamabad would respond to it 'immediately' and proportionately' if New Delhi acts on that policy.