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Throughput agreement

An agreement to put a specified amount of product per period through a particular facility. An example is an agreement to ship a specified amount of crude oil per period through a particular pipeline.

Throughput Agreement

An agreement within a company, or between a company and a transporter, to route some or all units of a product through a certain mode of transportation. This is used by energy companies; for example, an oil company may agree to use a certain pipeline or ship to transport some of its oil.
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Small clearances between knives and screens, high air-flow rate, and high rotor rpm result in high throughputs.
In the Figure, we can see that the maximum throughput of an Ultra 320 controller is a third of the maximum for a SAS controller.
Four convergent elements are required to implement a high efficiency method to the service life prediction problem: a dose-damage approach, high efficiency devices to produce the dosage, high throughput methods to quantify the damage, and a companion informatics system.
The reciprocal of throughput (total time/good units) is average production time.
The storage must scale dynamically well beyond typical 16TB file system limits, must sustain very high throughput and I/O performance, and must allow for a collaborative file-sharing environment.
We analyze the saturation throughput by calculating the probability that there is a successful transmission in a time slot.
Throughput depends greatly on the transport protocol (layer 4) chosen to control traffic flow.
The sustainability test phase demonstrates the maximum sustain able I/O request throughput within at least a continuous three hour measurement interval.
Horsepower from 50 to 400 and throughputs to 15,000 lb/hr.
Both the Femto 2000 and the GT4000 provide extremely cost-effective AC timing test at throughput speeds unmatched in any production environment and are integrated on numerous ATE Platforms including Teradyne, Agilent, Nextest and Credence.
Scaleable configurations which build throughput as well as capacities
Models USG 2436 and USG 2454 have drive motors of 100-250 hp and throughput capacities up to 6000 and 10,000 lb/hr, respectively.