Ramp Down


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Ramp Down

Informal; to reduce operations in anticipation of declining demand. For example, a toy store may ramp down its operations by buying fewer toys from its wholesaler immediately after the Christmas season, when people are less likely to buy toys in large quantities. See also: Seasonality.
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"The combined use of these sensor and control technologies, employing laser scanners to identify the positions of persons dynamically, makes it possible to ramp down the motion of the robot to a stop only when it is very close to, or actually in contact with, the worker."
Under such conditions, needle dynamics may alter the injection rate more than just the intended ramp down duration.
/ The moon on the ramp, the glow of the snow, / Could someone be skating the ramp down below?
Now, jobs are under threat again as Anglesey Aquaculture Limited (AAL) has decided to ramp down its sea bass production.
The measure, Senate Bill 324, aims to cut Oregon's greenhouse gas emissions by requiring fuel producers to ramp down the amount of carbon in car and truck fuels over the next decade.
In October the financial organisation said that investment banking had dallen nearly a fifth and it was going to ramp down the rates business with the intention of lowering risky assets by USD7bn and leverage by USD60bn.
the function to ramp down to-VSUS, jump down to-VSUS, ramp down to-VPP, jump down to-VPP, jump to GND, jump to + VSUS, and ramps up to + VSETUP.
There is a ramp down making it easy for all to enter the hall.
The sailor up front could not get the ramp down, and when he looked back at his buddy driving the craft, he was lying on the deck, dead.
Variation management is especially valuable in nonwoven disposable hygiene product manufacturing with demanding, rapidly-changing flow requirements during ramp up and ramp down phases.
Energy efficient: ramp down of motors when no material is present, dust control blast gates