In this representation, one way to maximize the safety margin
on the left side of the equation would be to optimize the right side of the equation.
Therefore, the revised safety margin
of particular members from Eq (3) may be rewritten as:
The mean values and standard deviations of additional variables of the safety margin
Across all environmental conditions, the average safety margin
Limited DFT testing for 10 J safety margin
or abbreviated step-down protocols may be recommended in most patients (15).
The FAA has called for stricter and more uniform pilot calculations to ensure safety margins
for landing aircraft on snow-covered or slippery runways, proposing a safety margin
of at least 15%.
The guidelines normally involve a considerable safety margin
The EPA routinely uses highly conservative (and often dubious) assumptions of safety and extrapolations from high-dose animal testing to very low chronic exposures in humans, then applies a safety margin
of several orders of magnitude to allow for differences between animals and humans, and for possible enhanced susceptibility of pregnant women and children.
This means that the budgetary stance in the programme may not provide a sufficient safety margin
against breaching the 3% deficit threshold with normal macroeconomic fluctuations, particularly in 2005, nor to achieve a budgetary position of close-to-balance within the programme period.
The difference provides a safety margin
when reflowing temperature-sensitive components.
2-ppm safety margin
could undermine the Lockyer lawsuit.
These, in turn, gave a direct indication of the temperature safety margin
of the conductor.