Ideal Capacity

(redirected from Maximum capacity)
Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Ideal Capacity

The most output a company can produce with perfect efficiency and no waste (even inevitable waste). Ideal capacity is impossible to attain; assuming ideal capacity in budgeting may result in a company or project going over budget. It is also called maximum capacity.
References in periodicals archive ?
The regulatory body stipulated that it resolved to set the 2019 installed generating capacity per grid and national grid as well as the market share limitations (MSL) "using Pmax as the maximum capacity adopted for the generation facilities."
During this period, the unit continuously provided electricity to its maximum capacity i.e.
The MD 365 cranes have a maximum capacity of 16t, while at their maximum jib length of 75m they can lift 3.65t.
'Yes, the prediction is based on the fact that in one year the average growth of passengers is 11%, so in 5 to 10 years it will reach the maximum capacity,' he concluded.
The second vessel, with a maximum capacity of 750m cubic feet per day, arrived to Egypt at the beginning of October 2015 and entered operation in early November of the same year.
The section flowing between West Port Arthur Tank Farm and the GT Logistics Main Tank Farm will be 2.45 miles of 16-inch pipe, with a maximum capacity of 128 MMbpd.
He hates them, too, because they are unable to fill up halls to maximum capacity, because he cannot recognize sincerity in their eyes.
The latest figures released by the Ministry of Justice show that prisons have exceeded the maximum capacity of 163,129 prisoners.
ONE BORN EVERY MINUTE (Channel 4, Wednesday, 9pm) IT is the final episode of the series and it's all hands on deck as Southmead Hospital is packed to maximum capacity.
The labour complex project is expected to have a maximum capacity of 5,000 residents upon completion.
MCV stands for maximum capacity vehicle, but all you really need to know is that it's the cheapest new estate you can buy at PS6,995.
However, in the second scenario, the planned airport could reach a maximum capacity of 120 million passengers by the 2050s if Turkey manages to grow 4 percent between 2013-2019, 3 percent between 2020-2030 and 1.5 percent between 2031-2050, in the light of the Turkish economy's structural problems, the report said, Hurriyet Daily reports.
Full browser ?