restraint factor

restraint factor

In air transport, a factor, normally expressed in multiples of the force of gravity, which determines the required strength of lashings and tie-downs to secure a particular load.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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However, the high operational cost associated with the setting up of operating room management is a restraint factor that cannot be ignored.
The restraint factor includes lack of awareness in low economies about such products, high cost against uncoated wood products, environmental issues related to the excessive use and recycle of finish foils.
In this study's sample, the original Restraint factor was clearly divided in two factors.
where 7set is the settingvalue of segregated current differential protection, K1 and K2 is the restraint factor. According to the engineering application, take K1 = 0.4, K2 = 0.8, the characteristic curve of protection as the curve 2 is shown in Figure 3.
Overall, general weight concerns (defined by summated scores on the drive for thinness and body dissatisfaction subscales of the Eating Disorders Inventory-2, and the restraint factor of the Three-Factor Eating Questionnaire) were more common in white vs.
One question: What is your source for the "rail" restraint factor? The numbers strike me as being too high, though the AAR [Association of American Railroads] is conservative.
Readers may find all the current restraint factors for highway, rail, maritime, and air in Department of Defense Interface Standard for Transportability Criteria, MIL--STD--1366E, paragraphs 5.1.6 to 5.2.1.
Highway transport restraint factors may also be found at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration website at http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/rules-regulations/ administration/fmcsr/fmcsrruletext.asp?rule_toc=762& section=393.102&section_toc=1929.
If you cannot identify a chain's NSN or determine by its grade that it meets Federal specifications, do not use it unless you compute the chain's restraint factor based on grade 30 proof coil chain--a weak grade of chain.
First, use no less than the DOT restraint factor standards with the TACOM formula provided in the ATLAS TM.
Limited user awareness, High rate and accessibility are the restraint factors for Smart Packaging.